iAccounts 1.1 Released - Revolutionary Password Manager With Free Backup

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  1. Bendji

    Bendji New Member

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    Treviso, Italy - VenticentoStudio today released version 1.1 of iAccounts, the revolutionary password manager for the Apple iPhone sporting flexy-record database technology and FREE backup and restore over wi-fi networks, for MAC and PC. iAccounts received 5-STARS review on the US AppStore aftyer just three days after launch!

    iAccounts flexy-record technology allows users to save different fields for each account. Fields entered for a website accounts (username, password) are different from the fields entered to store a credit card number or a social security number. iAccounts flexy-record allows solves this problem by allowing each accounts to have different fields. The software comes with 20 different field types and with flexy-record technology users can even add their own.

    iAccounts implements 4-digits PIN protection to keep private data safe from unwanted looks. The PIN dialog has been designed for speed and clarity. By downloading the FREE iBackup application from our website, users can sync all their iPhone data via wi-fi with their computer (both Mac and PC). The backup process is secure and very simple. iBackup also provides useful features for browsing accounts data on the computer, without turning the phone on. The iBackup application comes for both Mac and PC and is free to download and use.

    Device Requirements:
    iPhone and iPod touch 3.1.2 or later

    Pricing and Availability:
    iAccounts 1.1 is only $4.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. This includes the free iBackup application for operating system of choice (Mac and Windows). Great customer support with instructional videos, quick guide in PDF format and direct e-mail addresses to contact iAccounts support team is available from the company website.

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  2. sageDieu

    sageDieu Banned

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    If this is an App Store app, it should be in the App Store releases section, not the Jailbroken iPod Touch Mods section. It's misleading us that there's a new password manager in Cydia like Lockdown or iProtect with online backup. This would be cool if it were like that but it's not and thus not a "Mod."
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    Bendji New Member

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    Ok.
    What do you think about this AppStore mod?

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