Smartphone: Protecting Your Personal Info with mSecure App

Technology on smartphones has unequivocally provided convenience, but that convenience boasts a caveat. While we rave about how we can get access to one account to the next with ease, a thief can do the same; a lost phone is a very scary thing. The average smartphone user has their facebook, skype, bank, twitter, instagram, and pay-pal account, to name a few, saved on their mobile device. Ah, but you have a password? Granted, there are a few of us that have the same  password for all our accounts (I strongly recommend against this) and there are others who have intricate passwords that need to be changed constantly because we can never remember them. MSecure, from mSeven software has developed a password protection application that organizes and protects your data.  Instead of rushing out to buy cases and screen protectors to protect the aesthetics of our smartphones, we should be preoccupied with buying adequate software to protect our personal data. If you use your phone to use any type of account that has personal information, I implore you invest in a password protecting application like mSecure, a personal information manager that is highly encrypted. Android and Apple users can download the application for 9.99.

The following features in mSecure:

  • Auto-lock to protect the app from prying eyes
  • Password Generator to create un-guessable passwords
  • Sync Everywhere™ cloud data protection architecture not dependent on security of cloud service. (iCloud coming soon)
  • Free backup utility to keep data safe. Email attachment for quick backups.
  • Optional self-destruct if hacker attempts to guess your password
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