What's My Login? for iOS: Access Every Username/Password with 1 Password

Top Quote Graphixware today is pleased to announces What's My Login? 2.0 for iOS, a major update to its handy app that encrypts and stores all the username/password combinations users typically accumulate. Memorizing a single access password opens the app and one touch allows users to enter any login listed. With dozens of websites and accounts that users log in to regularly, it is impossible to remember the correct login for all of them. What's My Login? provides safe storage and instant entry of all the user's unique logins. The update includes the capability of exporting the user's complete login list via email or AirPrint. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 09, 2013 - Feature Highlights:

    * Single login with secure password and security question and answer
    * Login management including fields for source, source URL, username, password, 2 security hints, and notes
    * Send logins in an easy-to-view format to your registered email address
    * Print logins in an easy-to-view format to wireless AirPrint printers
    * Password restoration and change via security question and answer

    Recently, the number of mobile Internet users globally surpassed the number of desktop Internet users. And this rapid growth, currently numbering more than 1.6 billion, shows no signs of slowing. Those mobile Internet users cannot check their desktop drawer for the slip of paper on which they jotted down their newest user ID and password. What's My Login? is the instant solution that serves to manage, store, and protect every login users create.

    To complicate matters, every web site or account has different criteria for logins, such as: unique usernames, 4+ digit PIN's, 8+ digit passwords, passwords requiring capital letter and number combinations, etc. What's My Login? employs the iOS Security Framework to save the user's account password in an unbreakable format in an undetectable place, outside of the iDevice's app storage memory. Saved in an encrypted format, every login is stored safely and invisibly. The app's password is the master password - the only password users need to remember. And should they forget it, the password can be easily reset via a security question created by the user during setup.

    "Overwhelmed with logins? Look no further - What's My Login? solves this headache for you," said Charlie Cocchiaro of Graphixware. "By remembering a single password, you can store every login you've ever scratched onto a cheat sheet or stashed away in an email!"

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