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mSecure 3.0, a password manager for iPhone and iPad

mSeven Software has updated their mSecure – Password Manager to 3.0 to include Dropbox support, groups, and sharing via Email, SMS and clipboard.


If you do not yet use a password manager, I recommend checking this out. Don’t be like my mom and use password retrieval via the “forgot my password” links as a technique for using secure passwords.

mSecure for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch offers a convenient and secure solution for storing and syncing your important information.

  • Auto-lock to protect the app from prying eyes
  • Password Generator to create un-guessable passwords
  • Sync Everywhere™ cloud data protection architecture not dependent on security of cloud service.
  • Free backup utility to keep data safe
  • Email attachment backup/restore for quick backups
  • Optional self-destruct if hacker attempts to guess your password
  • Seventeen standard templates for fast data entry with the ability to create custom templates with UNLIMITED fields
  • Over 100 icons to personalize your records
  • Integrated search, sort, and collapsible section headers
  • Full landscape support (optional)

The update includes:

  • Cloud sync support via Dropbox
  • Sync Everywhere architecture to protect cloud sync data
  • Groups feature for categorizing records
  • Favorite records group
  • Share records via Email, SMS and clipboard
  • Access sync functions from main view
  • Keep track of your record counts by group and type
  • Email attachment backup/restore for quick backups
  • Convenience toolbar added to item info panel
  • Theme personalization
  • Font and Font size selector
  • Duplicate records
  • Pull down integrated search function
  • All mSecure platforms updated to support new features

mSecure – Password Manager is available on the iPhone and iPad for $6.99. [App Store link]

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