mSecure for Android Keeps Personal Information Safe and Accessible

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mSeven Software, maker of mSecure for iPhone, announces Android version.

Having used mSecure on the iPhone for years, I was looking forward to using mSecure on my Android phone.

mSecure, the most popular iPhone/iPod/iPad Password Manager in the Apple Store productivity category, is now available for Android powered cell phones. mSecure Android uses ultra-secure 256bit blowfish encryption to protect personal information such as account numbers, usernames, passwords and more. mSecure provides 17 popular personal information templates with the ability to create custom templates to facilitate easy entry of user information. mSecure for Android is also fully-compatible with the company’s popular desktop products; mBackup and mSecure Desktop to make personal information accessible and secure everywhere its needed. mSecure for Android was written from the ground up to be an Android product and has an premium Android look and feel with features like collapsible section headers, search-as-you-type, sort, auto hyperlink launch, notifications bar access and backup/restore to the SD card. mSecure for Android is available at the Android Marketplace for the introductory price of $2.99 (on sale from $4.99).

“mSecure has been developed with over 5 years of customer input, making it the most versatile, secure personal information manager in the iPhone and Android markets.”, says Ray Marshall, president of mSeven Software. “Now users of both iPhone and Android phones can keep their personal information in sync with their personal computers using our desktop applications for Macintosh and Windows.”

mBackup is a free desktop application that runs on Macintosh and Windows computers that allow users to safely backup and restore multiple data sets from their Android and iPhone handsets. This application is available from the mSeven web site:

mSecure for the Mac or Windows enable the user to create and edit personal information on either platform and then synchronize their data over a wireless network in seconds to multiple Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod devices. mSecure Desktop application is also available from the mSeven web site as a 30 day trial version is available for users that would like to test-drive the software before purchase. Customers can purchase the mSecure Desktop for $9.95 (normally $14.95), a $5 savings, when they use the coupon code “mSecureAndroid5Off” at checkout.

“Having used mSecure on the iPhone for years, I was looking forward to using mSecure on my Android phone.” said John Andersen of Washington, “Syncing my password data across all my devices with the mSecure Desktop is a key feature for me. mSecure is flexible, configurable, and polished.”

Based outside of Portland, Oregon, mSeven Software LLC is a privately-held company founded by Ray Marshall in 2008. The company has extensive experience in the mobile applications working on Palm, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Blackberry, iOS and Android. MSeven has developed and supports mSecure and several other iPhone/iPod/iPad applications in the Apple store along with mSecure for Android in the Android Marketplace.

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