Monday, July 18, 2011

This is the iPhone Application PasswordGear for Password Reminder

Did you ever reset your password, simply for forgetting?

If you download the application PasswordGear iPhone, you do not need to reset the password again. Unless you forget your passcode iPhone, of course.

This application uses mnemonic aid called Hookup System, which basically helps you match the character of a password that is easy to remember and others.

When you first install the application, you will be prompted to enter a password, or generate a random password. You then build a story from the object and those associated with the character of your password. And in the end you have to pass tests of memory, just in case you lose the plot.

PasswordGear to make your goal does not depend on personal password, which we know very easily stolen.

Applications are available at iTunes AppStore PasswordGear with the U.S. dollar price of $0.99.

Let's download the application now so you can remember the password.

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