Independent developer Christopher Miller today introduces PasswordGear 1.0, a new iOS App to help users memorize complex and secure passwords. Most people use weak passwords because strong ones are hard to remember. But with PasswordGear’s word and picture associations, even untrained technophobes can typically memorize complex passwords in under three minutes. PasswordGear draws on ancient memory techniques, as well as brand new ones, and much more.
Dexetra Software Ltd. today announces SecureKeys 1.01 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android and BlackBerry. Created to provide users with a practical password storage and retrieval solution, SecureKeys creates a single secure system that can generate strong passwords for any use and safely hold them in a secure centralized location. SecureKey’s central goal is to transcend both the security problems weak passwords pose for user’s security.
California based SplashData, Inc. today announces SplashID, a new version of its secure password manager for Apple’s new iPad. SplashID offers a simple-to-use interface for storing, organizing and accessing passwords, PINs, account numbers, frequent flier numbers, and any kind of information that needs to be readily available yet completely secure. It provides iPad users with both AES and Blowfish encryption, a password strength meter, a web browser plug-in with web form auto-fill and much more.