iPIN - Secure PIN & Password Safe
Developer: IBILITIES, INC.
Current Version: 2.25
Last Updated: 9 days ago
Download Size: 7.3 MB - Download
You have to remember several PINs and passwords? For various credit cards, online-banking, security-token, email accounts and so on?
iPIN - and your PINs and passwords are always at hand. Access at lightning speed, as secure as possible and - if you like - also in synch via iCloud at any time on your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and your Mac devices!
Security is of greatest importance! All data (including the data in iCloud if you enable iCloud synchronisation in iPIN) is encrypted with the Advanced Encryption Standard and a key length of 256 bit (abbreviated AES-256). With this state-of-the-art encryption algorithm your private data is protected from unauthorized access - even in the case your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Mac gets into the wrong hands.
KISS - keep it simple and secure
iPIN tries to fulfill the KISS principle. iPIN was developed to store and display PINs and passwords - no more and no less. So the focus is on simplicity, clarity and high level of security.
Please don't hesitate to contact us regarding any questions, comments or feature reuests - just send an email to [email protected]
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Have a lot of fun with iPIN!
- Finally: Touch ID Login for all new Macs with Touch Bar
- Fixed auto-logout in case the Mac sleeps before auto-logout
- Search text field becomes focus when switching to alpha list
To prevent data loss we highly recommend to create and save an iPIN backup before updating the App!
We love every review! Including updates ;-)
If you have any technical problems, please contact the support.
Most Helpful Reviews
Solid product - I’ve been using this for a year now without any problems. Also use the mobile version along with it.
More Reviews for Current Version
Lizzie - I have always been satisfied with this app but now through my error, of course, I am locked out and am extremely frustrated. I’ve tried everything. I was under the impression that the info was secure in the cloud….wrong! Any suggestions?