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mSecure Password Manager for Android

Last updated: March 4th, 2016

mSecure Password Manager for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is used by almost a million users worldwide, providing the best time-tested, trusted, convenient and secure solution for storing and syncing your important information is now come for Android.

mSecure Password Manager uses ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption to protect personal information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords and more:

  • Auto-lock to protect the app from prying eyes
  • Password Generator to create unguessable passwords
  • Sync Everywhere™ cloud data protection architecture not dependent on security of cloud service
  • Free backup utility to keep data safe – mBackup
  • Auto-Backup creates a backups when changes made
  • Email attachment backup/restore for quick backups
  • Optional self-destruct if hacker attempts to guess your password
mSecure Password Manager
mSecure Password Manager

mSecure Password Manager is made simple for everyday users with a native Android look and feel with features like:

  • Seventeen standard templates for fast data entry with the ability to create custom templates with UNLIMITED fields
  • Over 250 icons to personalize your records
  • Integrated search, sort, and collapsible section headers
  • Full landscape support (optional)
  • Groups to categorize your records
  • Mark any record as a favorite for fast access
  • Sharing of records via email, SMS or clipboard
  • Sync button from the main view makes it easy to keep records in sync with other platforms
  • Keep track of your record counts by group and type
  • New convenience menus and toolbars to access most-used functions

For more details and download, please go through this URL.

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