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Uber Geek


# 40484 29-Aug-2009 13:18
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Hey,

Just wondering if someone can recommend a good personal details app for the iPhone.

The kinds of things I want to store include phone/electricity/sky etc account numbers, bank account numbers, and anything else I possess along those lines.

Free would be preferable, but I am willing to pay a small fee for something good.


Cheers.

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Master Geek


  # 251578 29-Aug-2009 16:42
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I use 1-Password for this kind of information. Its excellent.
http://itunes.com/app/1PasswordPro

Despite the name, it does more than just passwords - and has built in templates for everything. You can also extend it by creating your own templates. You can set 2 levels of security, one a simple password and then a master password to access details.

If you have a Mac it can sync to that too.
http://agilewebsolutions.com/products/1Password

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Master Geek


  # 251634 29-Aug-2009 22:06
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Yep I use 1Password as well and can recommend it.

 
 
 
 




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Uber Geek


  # 251709 30-Aug-2009 11:56
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Cheers. Will check it out.

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Master Geek


  # 251840 31-Aug-2009 00:26
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I currently have used SPB Wallet & SBSH SafeWallet.

SPB Wallet uses card view and has many templates for NZ, Australia and much more, were as SafeWallet as a list view of details both have great encryption and icons.

Cheers

Jace

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