Manage All Your Passwords With iPWMinder [REVIEW]
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You protect all your important data in password protected files. All your back accounts and lockers are password protected.
In your office, sometimes, the door has an electronic lock which would open only when the password is entered.
Thus, managing so many passwords certainly becomes a difficult task. You also fear about your online security and worry about your password being stolen by a virus or a spyware. Therefore you need something to manage your passwords. Online security and personal privacy are becoming more and more of an issue. That is why you create countless passwords to protect your data and privacy.
The experts have said you should never re-use passwords on different websites, and that your passwords should not be easily guessed. However, most people do not follow these rules because it is not possible to remember dozens of cryptic passwords. That is why you need a helpful app.
You can easily manage all your passwords with iPWMinder – Password Manager. iPWMinder app has been created by Canada-based Ewert Technologies.
iPWMinder is a handy Password Manager for your iOS device, that will store all of your passwords and other sensitive data, in a secure encrypted file. This app allows you to take your important passwords with you, no matter where you go.
Not just passwords, iPWMinder can also store account numbers, web links, eMail addresses, security questions and more to protect your privacy. This app also allows records to be categorized for easier organization.
In the new version 1.1.0 of iPWMinder has many updates. Most important new feature is a new password generator. It displays the number of days after which password would expire.
iPWMinder is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. It requires iOS 4.2 or later version.
This review has been written after obtaining iPWMinder via gift-card and the app has been used on an iPad.
After having this app, do you feel safe about your online security and your data security by storing your passwords in app? Post your comments.