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Apple's free iOS App Of The Week is a password manager with AES-256 encryption

Apple's free iOS App Of The Week is a password manager with AES-256 encryption
If you are rockin' iOS, you can save $4.99 this week by downloading oneSafe. This is Apple's free iOS App Of The Week, which means that you can pick it up for free from the App Store until Thursday. With oneSafe, all of your passwords, PIN codes, documents, credit card numbers, bank account numbers and photos are stored safely.

The app uses AES-256, the highest level of encryption found on mobile devices. The beauty of the app is that even though it is "like Fort Knox in your pocket," the information is accessible when you need it. And users can customize the look of the app by changing the color, texture and icon for the information that you are saving. If a username and/or password is too complex, you can copy and paste it into the app. And if you own the Apple iPhone 6s or Apple iPhone 6s Plus, the app is compatible with 3D Touch.

Check out screenshots of the app in the slideshow below. And don't forget, you only have until March 17th to pick up oneSafe for free.

source: oneSafe via RedmondPie


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