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Jun 1, 2012, 4:15pm   #1
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<3 my iPhone
ok so long ago when i had a blackberry there was this cool Password app that stored all of my passwords....now that i have an iPhone and iPad i'd like to have that same app but i'm not sure what to use? i haven't heard of anyone hacking into an iPhone or iPad but i'm kinda of scared to have my passwords in an app that i'd downlaod from the app store.....anyone have any Passwords App that you use? any FREE ones??
Jun 2, 2012, 1:49am   #2
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Melissa :)
I am interested too! I moved over to iPhone from blackberry about a year ago and don't have an official tool on place to hold all my passwords. Kinda bugs me.

I have found free ones in the app store - but a lot of them have limits of about 10 passwords. I have a lot of mine memorized, but the ones I don't use as often make me miss my password keeper.
Jun 2, 2012, 8:08am   #3
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I use mSecure for secure storage - I don't think it was free, it might have cost $.99 or a bit more.
Jun 2, 2012, 7:32pm   #4
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1Password. Has a Mac and an iPhone app that sync together via Dropbox.
Jun 2, 2012, 8:20pm   #5
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OOH shiny!!
if you have Evernote (free), you can create notes with encrypted text as well. you can't encrypt it on the mobile version, only desktop and web version. easy to access on mobile though, just requires you to put in a password to view encrypted text.
Jun 3, 2012, 1:37pm   #6
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<3 my iPhone
Originally Posted by bisbee
I use mSecure for secure storage - I don't think it was free, it might have cost $.99 or a bit more.
Thanks I'll check into it
Originally Posted by Vendrazi
1Password. Has a Mac and an iPhone app that sync together via Dropbox.
Cool. Thanks I'll check it out

Originally Posted by pandapharm
if you have Evernote (free), you can create notes with encrypted text as well. you can't encrypt it on the mobile version, only desktop and web version. easy to access on mobile though, just requires you to put in a password to view encrypted text.
Yea I had Evernote on my phone but never used it. I'll look into for my password. Thanks
Jun 4, 2012, 10:40pm   #7
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Splash ID. It syncs with your iPhone, iPad, and desktop/laptop. No issues with it so far!
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