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mPassword

mPassword

 

Description

mPassword generates, records and maintains all your logins and passwords. It is a secure app. No information is transmitted through the internet. It is a native app confined in its on bundle with no information exchange between apps in your iPhone. After installing the app, user creates an unlock code. The user can only access the mPassword app with this code.

The user can select the length and if he wants to include numbers or special characters in the password generator. Existing passwords can be include and edited afterwards. The user interface is simple and functional.

mPassword will help anyone involved with the task of keeping and maintaining logins and passwords required by our digital world.

Mobility may not be made responsible or liable for loosing your unlock code or for loosing any passwords already saved.

What's New in Version 1.8

- Stability improvements and bug fixes;
- Performance improvements;
- iOS 8 support: fixes a crash on iOS8 devices;

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Rated 3/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

5/5 stars

Simple and Nice!

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Simple and easy to store my passwords!

4/5 stars

very nice app

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easy to use. nice interface. dies what it's supposed to do

2/5 stars

First impressions

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The first thing I noticed after setting a lock code was a misspelled word: losing, spelled "loosing," four times in two sentences. Normally I wouldn't make an a-- of myself over spelling, but this error made me think twice about the level of care that was put into the app. If I'm going to trust this app with all of my passwords, I need to know that the developers know what they're doing. (also, a comma belongs after "App Store")
Second thing I noticed: After logging in, we're treated to a menu that features Marker Felt font. Seriously, is this a toy? Maybe it's just me, but marker felt just doesn't seem appropriate for a security system.

I got this because it was free at the time, and I didn't want to pay $15 for the popular 1password app. I don't think I'll be using this much, especially for my important login information.

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