Protect your private information from intruders and never forget a password ever again.
Fortify enables you to password lock files on your iPhone (and iPod Touch) so that only you have access to them.
◆Accounts - Save usernames, passwords, website addresses and other notes about each account. Seamlessly add, delete, edit and export your account data in the most simple and secure way. Passwords can be copied from Fortify and then pasted into your website login. With the tap of a button, Fortify links directly to your website login ready to input your details. Forgetting passwords now a thing of the past.
◆Banking - Manage your banks location and phone number, your personal account name and number, alongside your dreaded details for internet banking. Credit cards are easily managed within Fortify, you can add all of your credit cards and information about them such as the number, security code, pin number, the expiry date and general notes.
◆Notes - Handy to use on the iPhone, but what about the secret ones? Fortify assures protection through the password lock, and you will feel relieved knowing intruders won't be reading your
notes. You can paste a note from another non-secure app or type a new one. With the fonts setting, you can change the size of the note to be either lager or small text size.
◆Photos - Sick of people looking through the photos on your iPhone? Fortify can prevent this with it's protected photo viewer. Import existing photos from your Photos app, use iTunes file sharing to transfer photos, or take new ones with the camera. With the built in email service, Photos can be emailed to either yourselves or a friend or family member.
◆Videos - Import private videos into Fortify or record a new one. Videos can be played at any time and exported to the photos app or emailed to yourself or others. Note: Videos are only for iOS 4.3 and above.
◆Backup - Once spending time filling Fortify with your details, the first thing you don't want to happen is to loose that information by accidentally deleting the app off your phone or even if you want that information on another device of yours. Fortify uses the Dropbox service to upload and encrypt your information on your Dropbox account, easily accessible to restore at any date.
Fortify Lite is out now, so you can easily transfer your information to this full version.
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- Mar 25, 2013
- Philip Hamilton
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