How to let Dashlane and 1Password autofill passwords in iOS 12

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Dashlane password manager vs web browser: Don't rely on your web browser to keep track of your passwords.
Now you can replace the iCloud Keychain with the app of your choice.
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One fantastic new feature of iOS 12 is that password manager apps can integrate into the built-in password autofill. You know how when you tap a password field in Safari, and it offers to fill the password in from your iCloud Keychain? It’s pretty handy right?

Now it can also serve up passwords form third-party apps like Dashlane and 1Password. And that’s not all.

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Dashlane screenshot
Importing your passwords into Dashlane couldn't be easier. Check out our video to see how.
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Dashlane password manager vs web browser: Don't rely on your web browser to keep track of your passwords.
Pro tip: Don't rely on your web browser to keep track of your passwords.
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Maybe it's time to stop letting Facebook manage your logins.
Maybe it's time to stop letting Facebook manage your logins.
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The Dashlane password manager takes the pain out of passwords.
Dashlane 5 takes the pain out of passwords.
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You can't be too safe online. The Dashlane password manager can help.
You can't be too safe online these days.
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Dashlane's great Security Dashboard is one of the reasons it's the official password manager of Cult of Mac.
Dashlane's great Security Dashboard is one of the reasons it's our official password manager.
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Dashlane's password manager on a MacBook Pro
Dashlane reveals the state of password security across America.
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Get 10 Mac apps for less than a tenth the usual price [Deals]

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CoM - The World's First Lifetime Mac Bundle
These 10 top-shelf Mac apps come with a lifetime of updates and upgrades.
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Apple makes mean machines, but they’re only as useful as the apps you put into them. Finding the right software to fulfill all your wants and needs can be a challenge, which makes The World’s First Lifetime Mac Bundle a great opportunity for anyone looking to make the most of their Mac.

It delivers a lifetime of access — complete with all minor updates and major upgrades — to 10 top-shelf Mac apps in categories including productivity, security and creativity. From photo and PDF editing to password management and Wi-Fi network optimization, there’s something here for everyone. And right now, for a massive 96 percent off the usual price, you can get the whole set for just $39 at Cult of Mac Deals with coupon code “MACBUNDLE10”.

Apple flips FBI the bird, seeds new betas, and iPod shuffle is reborn

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Apple stands firm in the name of privacy.
Apple stands firm in the name of privacy.
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Apple’s been getting a lot of flack for its refusal to create a “GovtOS” from the FBI and Department of Justice. Tim Cook and company have also garnered plenty of support for their forceful stance from other tech companies as well as the rank and file Apple consumer.

Check out this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine to figure out why Apple refuses to create GovtOS, how to get its latest and greatest software, find the best iPhone and iPad password managers around, check out a virtual tour of Tim Cook’s office, and see how the beloved iPod shuffle has been reborn for the age of Spotify.

Here are the week’s top stories.