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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by vertigo25, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. vertigo25

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    I'm looking for an app where I can securely (password protected at the least) keep personal information such as banking, medical, etc. It would be *really* nice if it could backup and syncing the info with a desktop (Mac or Ubuntu). No need or desire for cloud backup/syncing. Not exactly the kind of info I want in the cloud ;)
     

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  2. JLampitt

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    Did you ever find what you were looking for? I'm looking for the same.
     
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    I rather like Splash ID - been using it since my last but one Palm PDA. Syncs to PC or Mac desktops.
     
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    I have downloaded B-Folders, and I really, really, REALLY like it. It uses a master password to protect notes, contacts, credit card info, login passwords, and bookmarks.

    I use it to keep all of of my family's medical information, credit cards, notes and login info for work, and whatever else I don't want anyone to see.
     
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    no complaints yet. if screen times out, requires pw re-entry. secure enuf for me.
     
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    Hi,

    I just don't know exactly.....But,I personally using GoldMine.It's just different from others as it includes Internet email support and a spell-checker..

    Thank you.
     

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