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  1. dloreski's Avatar
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    Default EZ Switch So Far... How about Password Keeper?

    Wow, I'm not really great with electronics, but so far this has been a breeze.....
    I use a Mac and my BB DM let me throw my calendar, photos, and contacts all into the equivalent mac programs and then I just synced the new 4S and wa la!
    I used password keeper on my BB..... Is there something similar for iphone?
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    I use LastPass on Android, BlackBerry, and PC. It's available for iphone here: App Store - LastPass for Premium Customers
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    There's quite a few of them in the app store. Just search password keeper and quite a few will come up.
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    I recommend eWallet. Works great for me and has excellent reviews. Yes, it does cost $10 though. Great app though and syncs to its desktop counterpart on Mac or PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by avt123 View Post
    I recommend eWallet. Works great for me and has excellent reviews. Yes, it does cost $10 though. Great app though and syncs to its desktop counterpart on Mac or PC.
    I have eWallet on my 9700 and will spend the $$ to update it to the 4S when I get it. love the app for sure!
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    For a simple but free PW Keeper, I use Lockbox.
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    If you used Ascendo Datavault on your BB, you need only to purchase and install the the iPhone software, which will sync with the same Windows desktop and database.
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    I've been using BBs for a long time (still do but I'm using and appreciating Apple simplicity ALOT these days). Over the years I've slowly cultivated quite the long list of items in my password keeper BB app. This is one of the very few things I've backed up and carried from berry to berry as it grew (my contacts calendars email are on a server do no need for that) I've been using apple a lot and like you-- I searched for an alternative. Ultimately I chose an app simply called-- Passwords. I like it cause it's one of the only ones that is local, in the phone and it ends there. You steal my phone, try to access my passwords, enter the wrong password multiple times and it gets zapped. end of story. all these other fancy apps brag about how they create back ups on their server so you could access your info in the event you loose your phone. That's really nice but I don't know or trust an app guy to have my most valuable sets of numbers in his server. Passwords. It's a black icon. simple and good. And graphics wise, it's very fancy.

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    I use pKeeper. There's a paid one and a free one. It's simple and pw protected
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedzone View Post
    I've been using BBs for a long time (still do but I'm using and appreciating Apple simplicity ALOT these days). Over the years I've slowly cultivated quite the long list of items in my password keeper BB app. This is one of the very few things I've backed up and carried from berry to berry as it grew (my contacts calendars email are on a server do no need for that) I've been using apple a lot and like you-- I searched for an alternative. Ultimately I chose an app simply called-- Passwords. I like it cause it's one of the only ones that is local, in the phone and it ends there. You steal my phone, try to access my passwords, enter the wrong password multiple times and it gets zapped. end of story. all these other fancy apps brag about how they create back ups on their server so you could access your info in the event you loose your phone. That's really nice but I don't know or trust an app guy to have my most valuable sets of numbers in his server. Passwords. It's a black icon. simple and good. And graphics wise, it's very fancy.

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    I agree with you on not needing my passwords to be backed up on a server, but I would like to back them up on my PC. Does this "Passwords" app back up at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxiang View Post
    I agree with you on not needing my passwords to be backed up on a server, but I would like to back them up on my PC. Does this "Passwords" app back up at all?

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    Very good question maxi. I think it's possible. I'm gonna mess with it tomorrow and let you know.

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    eWallet backs up to the PC, Mac and even Linux I believe. You click "sync" on the iPhone and "sync" on your computer within the app on the iPhone and computer and everything saves and is transfered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedzone View Post
    Very good question maxi. I think it's possible. I'm gonna mess with it tomorrow and let you know.

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    I just bought msecure after doing a bit of research Covers most of the simplicity that I learned to appreciate from my BB's and a free back up utility for my PC with a paid sync/manager if I want it. Thanks for looking though

    ...oh, and it's "maxiang" or I don't mind "max" Like I used to say during my theme building days, maxi sounds like a feminine hygiene product LOL!!!

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    DataVault was my choice after moving on from splashid for syncing reasons.

    The customer service is excellent.

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