Private Info HD for iPad now available [giveaway]

Private Info HD is now available and offers a safe way to keep important information on your iPad. This Digital Wallet will safely store Credit Card info, Bank accounts, Web Logins, Photos, Videos, files, and so much more locked behind a personalized password, protected by AES256 bit encryption.

  • Organized sections for "Wallet" items, Photos, Videos, Voice memo's, and various other files
  • Adding notes is painless and quick, set your own desired font & size, change text alignment, and even swap background/text color for easy viewing day or night.
  • Securely store important information such as web logins, credit cards, bank accounts, SSN with AES256bit encryption and available iOS Data Protection
  • Transfer files with ease via wifi, import email attachments, open files downloaded from safari and other supporting 3rd party apps.
  • Continue using the app while a wifi file transfer is in progress
  • View PDF's, Word, Pages, Numbers, and many other documents.
  • Send files to other 3rd party supporting apps
  • Email & Rename files
  • iOS Data protection available for all content managed in Private Info HD
  • Smooth, animated, easy to use custom interface.
  • Option to set a password hint to show on lock screen with the touch of a button
  • Multitasking support - transfer files in the background, quickly come back to where you left off.
  • Options to automatically lock app when it is interrupted/ multitasking.

Mr. Burns has given us a few promo codes to give out to you, our awesome readers! For a chance to win, just let us know what kind of information you will store in Private Info.

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Trailer and screenshots after the break.

[$8.99 - iTunes link]

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Private Info HD for iPad now available [giveaway]


I too many different web logins to remember. This app would certainly save me time there. Not to mention, helping me quickly order omline with my card numbers. Gotta have it!

I would store the photos I take of my naked body. Currently, I send them to teenagers via twitter, but I would stop if there was a secure place to keep them.

I'd store all the things from years ago that that I would have forgotten, and which my wife has an uncanny ability to pull out of thin air when I'm least expecting it. Yes... Private Info HD should level the playing field, methinks! Oh - and those photos, too ;o)

I would store all my bank account numbers! With 7 accounts I can never keep track of them and this would be the perfect solution.

I am always paranoid when my nephews play with my phone.
So I will store those not age appropriate files and secure my passwords in it.

i would store login info, and also use it for the same reason on the job. we have so many logins and it is bad security practices to write them down on paper but you have no choice. This would be perfect for that and then I HAVE an excuse tov use at work

My co-workers are always borrowing my iPad, especially when we travel. Private Info HD looks like a great way to insure that my personal pictures and files would be protected...

I'll store website logins, bank account numbers, credit card numbers and pins, bill payment information. People are always asking to use my iPad to try it out and my kids want it for games. It would be nice to hand it to then without worrying about what's gonna be copied down or accidentally erased. It's almost impossible to keep track of all that information in your head and iOS doesn't allow you to lock individual apps so I can't use my notes app to keep de Siri rive info. I really need this for my piece of mind. I'm in college studying information security so I already know how easy it is for people to steal your identity and all of your information! HELP!!!

If I told you... well you know (ie: secret spy stuff) ;)
Seriously, this looks like a nice way to keep the standard 'wallet' type of stuff, as well as any other docs that need to remain private. Having it all in one app would be really nice.

I would store my web logins! I always get my passwords confused and this would be a handy, protected way to keep them organized!

I'd love to use this to store, not only the obvious things such as passwords, my SSN, credit card numbers, bank information and such, but as a writer, this would also be a great way save and store passages of stories that I'm writing to eventually compose into a book (which, with luck, I'll publish in the future (maybe to iBooks)).

whoa this is really cool, I would totally download it for free if I could... $8.99? I don't know about all that

Photos of all my Alien Friends and their shiny new UFO's.
Also my extensive collection of Leprechauns and Unicorns Photos
And let's not forget Nessie and Bigfoot.
And Elvis last week at The Waffle House.

I would love to try this out on my iPad and see how well it works for keeping passwords to websites

I carry around genealogical information for family tree research, and I worry that my data could be used for identity theft, especially in the case of living family members. It would be nice to have my data safely encrypted.

I currently use roboform, but this looks so much better. But I probably wouldn't pay for it 'cause roboform does what it's supposed to do and I've already purchased it. I would switch to this if you give me a promo though! I keep credit card info, important website login information and such in roboform.