iPhone App of the Week: 1Password

By Patrick Stafford
Thursday, 29 September 2011

Tech TricksWith plenty of websites requiring passwords and login details it’s sometimes hard to keep track of all of them. There’s an app that helps to do this.


1Password allows you to store private information for websites and often can log you into websites by just tapping through the app – you don’t need to constantly remember all your information.

You can save other information such as credit card numbers, along with other notes, while you can also sync with apps for Mac.


The app also uses encryption methods to make sure no user can break into the app when it’s out of your control – it uses a two-step password method.

Data backup and restore features are also available through Mac and Windows.

This is an expensive app – it’s $10.49. But if you’re keeping track of too many passwords it is a great way to keep on top of them.
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