In today's virtual world, it's certain that you'll end up with an overwhelming number of username/password combinations. To make matters worse, every one of your logins will be different (e.g. unique username, 4+ digit PIN, 8+ digit password, passwords requiring capital letters and numbers, etc...). As you've probably noticed, it becomes impossible to remember them.
Look no further, What's My Login? solves this headache for you, permanently! Using a single password, or better yet, a Touch ID (if the device has a fingerprint sensor), you can sign into the app and access all your logins without ever having to remember any of them!
What's My Login? uses the iOS Security Framework to save your password in an unbreakable format, in an undetectable place, outside of your app space. Your logins are iron-clad safe too, saved in encrypted format (requires a device Passcode to be on).
Stop stashing away sensitive logins in emails or on pieces of paper, identity theft is running rampant! Just go mobile with What's My Login? and you'll never have to click "Forgot Password" again!
• Single app sign in using a Touch ID (fingerprint sensor) or secure password • Login management including fields for source, web site URL, username, password, 2 security hints, and notes • Send logins in an easy to view format to your registered email address • Print logins in an easy to view format to wireless AirPrint printers • Password restoration and change via security question and answer or unlock code
• Additional graphical user interface changes to support iOS 7
2.5.0 (Sep, 2013)-
• Fixed issue related to Detail Disclosure button showing incorrect login details
• Fixed minor graphics issues related to iOS 6/7 compatibility
2.4.0 (Sep, 2013)-
• Updated to support iOS 7
• Resolved minor defects
2.3.0 (Sep, 2013)-
• An "unlock" feature was added to allow a user to log into their account with an alternate security code if they forget their password and security answer (after all, it does happen). This enhancement was also needed to resolve an iOS migration issue that can occur when restoring unencrypted iTunes backups to a new device.
2.2.0 (Aug, 2013)-
• An Account Settings feature was added to allow the user to change their username, password, email address, security question, and security answer. They can now send these changes to their registered email address.