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SplashID for iPhone gets some update love

Steve Sande, @stevensande
October 29, 2008
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SplashData, Inc. has announced a major update to SplashID for iPhone and iPod touch. SplashID, which first shipped in July, is a secure information manager application that has been available on other handheld platforms for years.

Version 4.5 is up to 2 times faster for power users who have a number of records in their SplashID databases. Other enhancements include:

  • Enhanced user interface with simplified navigation
  • Improved search and look-up functions
  • Landscape view
  • Number pad login
  • New browser window to make log-in to websites on the iPhone easier
  • Updated Mac and PC desktop software
The update is free to users of the US$9.95 application (available in the App Store -- click opens iTunes). For those who want to sync their iPhone SplashID database with their Macs or PCs, the newly refreshed desktop software is available for $19.95 from the SplashData Web site.

A full review of SplashID 4.5 is coming soon to a TUAW blog near you. In the meantime, what's your favorite secure information manager for non-jailbroken iPhones? Leave a comment below.






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