May 19, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Moscow, Russian Federation - Longtime Mac evangelist Konstantin Anoshkin today announced My Secrets 1.2, an update to his popular data encryption utility for iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed specifically to take advantage of the iPhone's unique abilities and interface, My Secret is a tool to protect confidential data with industry-standard 256-bit AES encryption.
My Secrets utilizes the traditional file system idiom with a fully customizable data hierarchy. Every time My Secrets is launched, users are required to enter their password. The password is not stored anywhere, nor is there a way to recover it, ensuring data is secure. With strong anti-theft options (including database deletion), users can easily encrypt/decrypt and organize notes, create any number of nested folders to group data as well as move items around. My Secrets sports contextual help, with several built-in templates and users may even create their own.
Feature Highlights include:
* Unique interface done with a great attention to usability and detail
* Fully customizable folder-based data hierarchy
* Strong anti-theft options, including database deletion
* A number of built-in templates
* Contextual help
* Free demo version available
* Free one-click backup/restore solution for Mac OS X
* US English and Russian
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2 or later
Pricing and Availability:
My Secrets 1.2 for iPhone is only $4.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store. A free Lite version limited to 3 items is also available.
Based in historic Moscow, Russian Federation, independent developer Konstantin Anoshkin has been writing Mac OS X software for 8 years. Leveraging his longtime experience from the IT and Networking fields, Konstantin's goal is developing best-of-breed applications for both the Mac and iPhone platforms alike. Copyright 2002-2009 Konstantin Anoshkin. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.