Passwords Plus v3 an iOS App Now Available at App Store

| May 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

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If you are getting a problem remembering all of your personal information like passowords, PINs and other sensitive info, then say thanks to DataViz Inc. who has released its latest version of Passwords Plus, an iOS app that keeps a good record of your private info securely.

The updated version synchronizes data automatically across the multiple platforms and devices. It lets the users edit and create up to 25 passwords for 60 days for free. There’s a new installation wizard dubbed as ‘password suggestions’ for the novices that guides them how to enter and save the passwords using this app.

Passwords Plus

The app offers a trial period of 60 days, which is enough to examine deeply. Anyhow, if you want more capacity in storage then you should buy a paid version of the app that brings you the unlimited storage capacity for saving passwords, backup data and other sensitive info.

“From personal life to work life, consumers need to ‘log-in’ to access virtually everything. It’s becoming nearly impossible to keep track of and protect the dozens of passwords needed daily,” said Jeff Fetchick (Chief Operating Officer, DataViz, Inc). “Whether it’s personal banking credentials, work passwords or online profiles, you no longer have to worry about forgetting log-in and password information when you need it most, or having that information protected.”


  • Easy to Use – it takes few minutes to start and doesn’t include any messy interface. No third party Cloud Account is needed to sync, restore or backup your data.
  • Compatible with both iPhone and iPad
  • Trusted Company – the DataViz has been developing password protection software for last 12 years. So, you don’t need to be get worried about privacy issues.

The Passwords Plus v3 is now available for $9.99 at Apple App Store. It requires iOS 7 or higher to run.  


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