Forget Your Passwords No More With PassKeeper
Do you routinely forget your passwords? If you’re anything like I am, entering your password usually involves resetting your password. Luckily for Windows Phone 7 users, however, XDA forum member IzaacJ has created a simple application to help us safely store our commonly forgotten keys.
Currently the application only offers local password storage. However, future versions of PassKeeper will likely boast some seriously impressive features such as password syncing, password-protected decryption, and user-specified encryption. In the words of the developer:
This is a simple app for storing usernames, passwords, links and descriptions for various accounts.
You have the option to have the passwords encrypted.
This app might be sold to a corporation later on.
I had my first meeting with the corporation and they wanted me to get some feedback, so here I’ll post the XAP for you XDA members.
Try it out and return with some feedback and suggestions.
Proceed to the application thread to download a copy for yourself before it’s too late and you forget all of your passwords once again!
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