mSecure 3.0, a password manager for iPhone and iPad, now available

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.

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mSecure 3.0, a password manager for iPhone and iPad, now available

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Except 1password/Agile just decided to screw their customers by charing them again for what they already bought and removed features.

No, they give you a refund if you bought on the website so you can buy on the App Store. That's what they do, and what they did for me.

How do you figure? 1P full version updates are always paid. $20 is cheaper than the v2 to v3 update was, and this includes a free update to v4. So basically you're paying $20 for the 4.0 update.

Why do all these programs charge for both the desktop & iPhone versions. Why not bundle, pay a bit more for the iPhone version and get the key for the desktop version? I'd buy that . . .

I've been using mSecure now for the last year and half and I love it on both my iPhone and my mac and there is also a pc version if your so inclined. There is just so much versatility when it comes to how you organize everything it's a really great product.

SafeWallet is my choice. I love their UI better - super intuitive, clients for all platforms and much better features set.

Does anyone know if you can retreive a password? I use it daily and now I can not get in!!!! Use it without a password for a year great, a month ago put the password and use it daily, my iphone had to be resynk'ed and this has happened?