Ideal if you store lots of important data on your mobile
mSecure’s Password Manager recently graduated to version 3, and bought with it some feature updates and new tools.
It uses ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption to protect personal information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords and more, and can auto lock itself should the device fall from the right hands to the wrong ones.
It costs £4.99 and should appeal to anyone that has to store a lot of information on their handset that they do not want to lose.
It easy very easy to use, and is a compelling release that could replace many other installed password managers that promise to do the same thing.