New York-based Dashlane released version 2.0 of its password management and digital wallet services today.
- New design for both PC and Mac, with a streamlined UX
- Full overhaul of the Android app
- A brand new security dashboard that analyzes the security level of passwords
- 2-factor authentication via Google Authenticator
- New intuitive onboarding experience
I downloaded the Dashlane app this morning. Here are a few screenshots from the onboarding process:
Amazon sign-in process
So what do fintech innovators, and Finovate alumni, like Mint, Manilla, and Dashlane have in common with the likes of the Chrome Web Lab, Tom Hanks’ Electric City, and Cracked.com?
How about earning honors from the esteemed judges of the 2013 Webby Awards?
Manilla made the most of its showing at the 17th Annual Webby Awards, picking up honors in three categories (Utilities & Services, Web Services & Applications, and Financial Services/Banking). But the biggest winner among the Finovate-affiliated nominees was Mint. Mint won the Webby People’s Voice award in the Financial Services/Banking category, along with earning an honor in the Best User Experience category.
Also representing well at the Webby Awards was Dashlane, coming in for Web Services & Applications honors, and a trio of Finovate alumnus that impressed judges in the Financial Services/Banking category: LearnVest, UBank’s PeopleLikeU, and Kapitall.
The Webby Awards have been given out every year since 1996 by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS). The Academy includes among its members such luminaries as David Bowie, Vint Cerf, and Arianna Huffington.
The Webbys provide two major awards per category: the Webby Award and the Webby People’s Voice Award. The latter award is determined by an online vote.
Learn more about our Webby Award-winning alumni at our demo pages.