March 27, 2009 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] Scottsdale, AZ - Software Ops is happy to announce MEO Free for iPhone. MEO Free is an iPhone application designed to secure personal information by password protecting encrypted personal information that includes, web site passwords, credit card numbers, banking information and other personal information that customers need to carry with them.
Joe Michels the founder of Software Ops LLC says "Many people keep important information written down in little black books. If that book is lost or stolen, their personal information is now exposed to anybody and open for possible identity theft. With MEO Free and an iPhone or iPod Touch, you can keep your personal information handy and secure because it is encrypted and safe."
MEO Free uses RSA encryption, built into the iPhone and supported by Apple, to protect customers personal data. The information is protected by a password that prevents others from accessing their important information.
MEO Free is designed for the iPhone touch interface." explains Michels, "We have a phrase we use to describe our application design philosophy, "Touch Less(TM)". The less a users has to touch the iPhone, the more they will like using MEO Free." Michels goes on to explain "We don't stop with a well designed interface, we also understand the importance of creating a delightful looking application. MEO Free uses specially designed screens to represent personal information."
MEO Free is a limited version of My Eyes Only, and when a user want to upgrade to the full version they can transfer any data they've entered into MEO Free to My Eyes Only by using Aerochive(tm) backup software that currently runs on Mac OS X 10.5. (A PC version is under development.)
Located in Scottsdale, Arizona/USA, Software Ops LLC was founded in 2008 by Joseph Michels to produce software for the iPhone and iPod Touch market. All Material and Software (C) 2009-2008 Software Ops LLC / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.