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This app gives you a single password-protected place to store notes or other passwords. You can email your notes or passwords to yourself (or anyone you want) quickly and easily.
If you're like most people, you have dozens of passwords to remember. Now you can store them in one password-protected place so you only have to remember one password.
When you need to remember some piece of private, personal information, simply write it in a note.
The app asks you for your password each time you open it. Without the password, no one can access your personal information.
What's New in Version 1.0.3
Quicker launch time
Limited but easy
This app tries to auto correct most spellings, which means that you're constantly correcting the usernames and passwords that you enter. Could be confusing unless you're diligent about watching and making sure the right password goes in as you're typing.
Also, there's no sort function. So the password or entry you last looked at entered is the topmost. It would be nice if something was alphabetized or searchable.
However at its basic function, it's just supposed to be a list of information that you typed for yourself. And that's exactly what this does. So it's fairly easy and straightforward to use.
Like it but...
This app is giving me what I expected but I have a question. I have the app on my iPhone and iPod touch. I entered my info I to the app on my iPod touch and synced it. Then I synced my iPhone but the info does not appear in the app on my iPhone. Why? I want it to be in both places. I tried to use the App Support button on iTunes for this app and it took me to a single advertisement web page for the company with no option to go any further or contact the company.
This is a very basic app, which is all well and good, but the designer didn't seem to realize that people would be using this to store passwords. When you type in a note, the program constantly asks to make corrections and automatically deletes complicated passwords. It may be an iPhone thing, but I'm fairly sure you can change the permissions of this when you write an app. There has got to be a better program out there for this.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Feb 06, 2012
- Version: 1.0.3
- Size: 1.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Joshua Cooper
- © 2011 PocketLab
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.