Apple’s Free App Of The Week Is A Premium Password Manager For iOS
Apple has revealed its free App of the Week, and it’s a premium password manager app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. More details on the app and direct download link can be found here.
oneSafe Is Apple’s Free App Of The Week – Download Now As It’s Free For A Limited Time
With the passage of time, the App Store has managed to gather up multiple apps for the same genre, but very few out of them attempt to do something as advertised on the description page. For instance, there are a lot of password managing apps on the App Store, but all of them have their shortcomings or flaws. But oneSafe, Apple’s current App of the Week, is one app that covers most of the checkboxes and does password managing as good as the high-end apps such as 1Password.
As per the App Store:
oneSafe is like Fort Knox in your pocket! oneSafe provides advanced security for your passwords with features like Touch ID, auto-lock, decoy safe, intrusion detection, self-destruct mode and double protection for your most sensitive data.Advertisement
oneSafe protects your confidential information with AES-256 encryption; the highest level of encryption on mobile devices. Passwords, documents, photos, credit card numbers, bank account details, PIN codes and much more can all be locked away securely inside your safe – and at the same time be accessible whenever you need them. Plus, oneSafe adapts to your preferences allowing you to change the colors and images of your safe for maximum customization.
All in all, oneSafe is a brilliant little app that carries a price tag on a regular day and has gone free for a limited period of time. And since the app is free right now, we highly recommend that you give it a download and try it on your iOS device. There’s a high chance that you had your eyes set on some other app, but there’s a possibility that oneSafe might end up to be the perfect app for you. It’s free after all, so there’s no harm in trying it out!
oneSafe can be downloaded directly from the App Store, or by clicking on this link if you’re feeling the rush. And since the app is universal, therefore you don’t have to worry about compatibility issues or anything else. Just download and install and it will fit right into your device’s display like a charm.
If you do happen to take the app for a spin, then be sure to let us know what you think about it in the comments section below.