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Top 4 iPhone Password Security Apps

The issue of cell phone security is something people engage with every day in today's world. An aspect of cell phone security that is especially important is password management. It can be difficult to keep track of all the passwords for your various apps and devices; it is a major reason why many web apps allow logging in with social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. However, there are also solutions for people who want to store their collection of passwords in a secure and user-friendly manner. Here, you will find a list of a few password management apps made specifically for the Apple iPhone.


PasswordBox stores your passwords and also helps generate strong, unique passwords. PasswordBox comes with a built-in browser that makes it easy to log into any site. In addition, the app synchronizes your passwords across various devices so that you can use any device to log into your favorite sites. The free edition of the app lets you store up to 25 passwords.


This app lets you store your passwords as well as other sensitive data such as your credit card numbers. oneSafeis available on the app store for $5.99. In order to make the passwords available on all devices, the app synchronizes them through Apple's platform iCloud.


LastPass is an extremely secure and popular online password management solution. It provides plugins for all kinds of browsers. It is also available on several mobile platforms, such as iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Symbian, and WebOS. For $12 a year, the LastPass app for iPhone lets you store as many passwords as you want and synchronize them with any other device you have despite the operating system used on the other device.


This app lets you create strong passwords for any web service. The app is available for $17.99 from the Apple app store for iPhone. The Mac OS X version costs $49.99. The secure wallet feature of 1Password can store your credit card information and form-filling data. In order to synchronize the data across different platforms, such as Android and Windows Phone, 1Password uses Dropbox's cloud service. If you have only Apple devices, you can use iCloud for synchronization. Despite being on the pricier side, it is a very useful app.


It is important to remember that using a strong master password, in the first place, guarantees maximum security. Even if you select strong passwords for individual web services, your data will not be secure without a very strong master password. Be sure to include upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters to bolster the strength of your password.

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