LogOnce Launches Beta of Password MGR for iPhone

Posted by at 11:05 am on September 25, 2008


After providing  LogOnceToolbar  as a free password manager for Internet Explorer, LogOnce is now aiming for the mobile market starting with the iPhone and iPod touch.

According to Sharon Salmon, CEO and founder of LogOnce, password management is about to become a critical need in the coming years.

“In the past, people primarily used only e-mail when surfing the Internet, and password managers were far away from the spotlight. Nowadays, with the Web-based services boom and Web 2.0 social networks, Internet account management is crying for a solution,” says Salmon.

The solution LogOnce provides for the iPhone works in a synchronized fashion with LogOnce’s toolbar, ensuring users can add more passwords on their PC and access them immediately for iPhones.

“It doesn’t just show users the username and password, but actually fills in the form information, saving the need to type anything,” Salmon said. “That is pretty helpful, especially in mobile devices such as iPhone where you want to avoid the keyboard as much as possible.”

“Unlike PCs, mobile devices are more likely to get lost or stolen,” Salmon said. “LogOnce passwords are not stored on the iPhone, so there is no concern about personal data in the case of loss or theft.”

LogOnce has plans to provide password management solutions for more browsers such as FireFox, Chrome and Safari — as well as more PDA devices.

To take part in the public beta launch, visit  LogOnce.

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