SplashID 5.3 includes a unique new pattern-based option for accessing a user’s secure database of passwords, web logins, account numbers, PINs, and other sensitive information. With this new feature, a user traces a distinct finger pattern on the screen and then uses that gesture rather than entering a traditional alphanumeric password to launch SplashID.
iPhone users, like everyone else, are juggling more and more account numbers, logins and passwords, and while they need to be always accessible, they also need to be completely secure. One simple way for an identity thief to get complete access to a victim’s life is to steal their phone containing unsecured passwords and account numbers.
The newest version of SplashID for iPhone keeps this information secure, but makes it easier to access for the owner by using a finger to create a distinct pattern on the screen. With millions of possible patterns, it would be virtually impossible for anyone else to “crack the code” and access the iPhone owner’s most confidential information.
The new version also enables users to add to the already extensive set of icons built into SplashID. Users can also create their own icons to represent their records.
SplashID 5.3 for iPhone is available in the iTunes App Store for $9.99. The mobile app syncs seamlessly with the optional desktop companion software for Windows or Mac, available for $19.95.