This week we get all private, with a new version of Dashlane, the official password manager of Cult of Mac, plus the Shhlack privacy tool for encrypting your Slack chats to keep them safe from your boss. And once that party is started, we start in with some music apps.
Dashlane, the official password manager of Cult of Mac, just rolled out a massive update that helps keep your digital identity safe online.
Version 6.0 is an all-in-one solution for online risk prevention, identity monitoring, and identity restoration. Its revolutionary Identity Dashboard makes it easier than ever to find out how you might be vulnerable, and the steps you can take to bolster your security.
Fretbud is a fantastic app for guitarists, putting scales and arpeggios, and a circle of fifths, all together on one page. It’s the clearest, easiest-to-use guitar reference I’ve ever tried.
Download: Fretbud from the App Store (iOS)
Are you a fan of harsh yet rich-sounding chaos? Do you love yellow? Then Menace Synth will be right up your alley. Once you get past the eye-burning yellow background, Menace is possibly the most minimal synth app ever created. Just look at it:
Download: Menace Synth from the App Store (iOS)
Your boss may be reading your private Slack chat messages. Here’s how to encrypt those messages using a tool called Shhlack.
Shhlack is a message encryption service for slack. When you use it, you and your cohorts will be able to read each other’s messages, but when your boss goes into Big Brother mode and decides to take a sneaky look at whatever you’re saying behind her back, all she’ll see is gobbledegook.
Download: Shhlack from GitHub