Secure Your Passwords with PasswordBox Password Manager

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Title: PasswordBox Password Manager
Developer: PasswordBox Inc.
Price: Free
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PasswordBox Password Manager iphone app review

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app review

Password Manager iPhone app is an award winning password manager app for the Smartphone, which has been loaded with hi-tech features to encrypt the passwords and secure them from potential risks. The app is designed by PasswordBox Inc., and has been chosen as the best app in CEs 2014. Despite having lots of advanced security features, the size of the app has been just 42.7 MB, which makes it a highly portable iPhone password manager app. In addition, the app can be downloaded and installed on any compatible Apple device with iOS 6.0 or higher. The app is optimized for the iPhone 4/5 series, as well as for iPod and iPad devices.

Features

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app is equipped with many security features that make it awesome and versatile. The app provides the excellent feature of 1-Tap Technology for 1-tap login to websites included in the list built in the app, thus, saving time. The app saves the login details as the user browses and encrypts the details with the highest degree of encryption possible (AES – 256). Also, the app maintains an SSL security layer that makes the data transfer amongst users on the network highly secure. The added features like the Master Password, PIN lock, custom startup page, and auto lock function all make the app highly secure. Additionally, an app has the database for over 20,000 recognized websites to provide the instant login feature.

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app features

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app features

Design and Layout

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app is designed with an amazing layout for ease of use. The user can access its Digital Lockers for passwords and important details with the simple menu style interface, but the app is still highly secure. The main screen of the app is divided into tetragonal tiles leaving the notification bar uncovered. Each big tile corresponds to different features of the app like the Browsers, Wallet, Notes, Key Passwords and others. The stunning graphics and high quality screen textures are compatible with the HD standard of the Retina screen on many Apple devices. The list of websites and other features are displayed in the form of tiles and icons making the app very sophisticated looking and easy to use even when you’re on the move. A small search box above the menu helps in accessing your desired website instantly. Despite having a gorgeous interface, the app does not consume much processing power.

Overall Value

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app is a hi-tech security app, loaded with lots of awesome features that protect the privacy of the user. The app has excellent reviews from the expert review websites as well as has been chosen as the best Password Manger app at CES 2014, making it the first choice of millions of users worldwide.

PasswordBox Password Manager iphone app requires iOS 7.0 or later and it is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

PasswordBox Password Manager iPhone app Video Demo – https://www.dropbox.com/sh/i9z6tg9xejs6a2y/srJh4BDlJa/1-Tap New iOS.mp4

Official Press Release quoted, 

PasswordBox® Launches 1-Tap Login to Solve Mobile App and Website Sign In Exasperation.

PasswordBox makes digital objectives like logging into multiple apps and websites on mobiles phones quick, seamless and simple with 1-Tap technology.

San Francisco, CA February 20, 2014 –  PasswordBox, the only ubiquitous password manager, today announced the launch of 1-Tap login to apps and websites (via smartphone internet browsers). This patent-pending technology makes logging in and browsing the web on smartphones and tablets faster, easier and more secure with 1-Tap integration.

1-Tap solves a problem that the biggest tech companies in the world haven’t been able to – how to allow apps to interact across mobile platforms while delivering 1-Tap execution for the most popular daily mobile actions.

“Apps have never been able to interact this way on iOS and Android.  We had to solve a lot of pretty big technical hurdles to build our patent-pending 1-Tap technology that continues the PasswordBox experience into other apps, while keeping your personal data secure,” said Daniel Robichaud, CEO of PasswordBox.

“With biometric technology on the rise, PasswordBox is ready to bridge the gap between those advancements and all of the software and websites we use on a daily basis. As a neutral party, we’re the only solution that works across devices, platforms and mobile applications.”

PasswordBox’s 1-Tap removes the pain of autocorrect and time-consuming typing, making users more efficient by solving the most common mobile frustrations, including:

*When your device automatically logs you out of an app and you can’t remember the password

*When you change your password on a Website and your app requests the new password

*When browsing the web on your phone and you land on a site that requires login information

*When you get a new mobile device and need to log into all your apps

*When you want to use strong passwords to keep your personal data secure, but fear not being able to remember them when you need them most.

“1-Tap is like a personal assistant and gateway key giving users instant access to everything on their mobile devices, it’s like a fast-pass to all your digital objectives,” added Robichaud. “It’s also the first tool ever that’s able to work across multiple platforms.”

1-Tap is the newest PasswordBox feature, building on its secure password sharing, digital death management (Legacy Locker) and instant login to favorite websites and mobile apps.  PasswordBox also recently won the prestigious Best Mobile App award at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014) in Las Vegas.  1-Tap is available immediately, and the company will showcase demonstrations later this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.


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