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3.1 for iPhone, iPad

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MultiPasswords Description
This App allows up to 2 “books” for free containing up to 5 short notes, 5 photos and 5 short videos each. After you try the App and you like it, via in-app-purchases, you can get the full version for as many “books”, notes of unlimited length, photos and short videos as your device can store.

MultiPasswords offers advanced functions for PASSWORD AUTOFILL in Safari and VERIFICATION using public databases of hacked accounts.

We are a self-financed company. Thank you for your support to keep MultiPasswords under development.

At IDT, we’ve been developing professional applications for corporate customers since 1997.

Our priority is your privacy. We developed MultiPasswords to make easy for everyone storing PRIVATELY notes (like passwords), photos and short videos, which are kept protected even if we share our devices with others.

Another important thing for us was allowing MULTIPLE “BOOKS” (sets of notes, photos and videos) so family members or coworkers can save them privately in SHARED DEVICES, like iPads often are. The full version doesn’t give any information about how many “books” are stored in the device.

You may also have SEPARATE “BOOKS” for corporate, personal and confidential information.

All information is stored inside your device but not in its original format, so you can send your 'Book' to another device using AirDrop or either back it up using iCloud, iTunes, DropBox, OneDrive, Drive, etc., without worrying about your privacy being compromised.

Please send your feedback or concerns to or through "Settings" inside the App.
MultiPasswords 3.1 Update
2019-03-14 Version History
We're exited to release the first MultiPasswords including support for iOS Password Auto-fill. In your notes, use prefixes #s, #u and #p at the beginning of each line to indicate sites, users and passwords. You can also use prefix #n to indicate an optional descriptive name. You must activate MultiPasswords as a password provider in the iOS settings of your device (Passwords and accounts / Password Autofill).

#n Administrator account
#p 12345678

In addition, this version can check your users and passwords against public databases of hacked accounts to display warnings. Passwords are checked locally, they are never sent over the Internet.
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