It used to be we only had a handful of passwords to remember online, maybe our personal and work email. But as more and more of our lives are lived online the number of user names and passwords we have to commit to memory has grown exponentially, not to mention the traditional things like bank accounts, drivers license numbers and credit card accounts. Security Organizer allows a user to lock all these important numbers and passwords safely in their iPhone and blissfully shift to remembering other things.
Security Organizer, built by Appiction's iPhone application development team, goes far beyond being a simple utility application; it does so with a stylized design that makes having to find your social security number actually fun. A Wild-West look permeates through the app and will stretch a user's concept of exactly what a password organization app can do. But don't just take Security Organizer as a pretty face, behind all its good looks is powerful encryption that assures if your iPhone is stolen, your 401K and VIN number won't go with it. Security Organizer integrates with iPhone's keychain technology to protect information, as well as offering automatic logout if left unattended and information deletion after too many failed login attempts.
One of the first genres of iPhone apps that was quickly filled when the iTunes gold rush hit was utilities. From note taking to password management, these simple apps that made life a little easier were some of the first to hit the market. But because of their age, the appearance of most of these apps is dated and represents the "first wave" where function was far ahead of form. In designing this app for client Michel Aryeh, Appiction's smartphone developers asked: why can't a utility app be beautiful? These useful utilities become some of the ones we use the most and deserve to have a stylish look worthy of the smartphone they are housed on. The creative iPhone app developers at Appiction extended a dusty, vintage theme throughout the app while introducing color codes and organizational systems that not only made the app look good, but made it far easier to use than any of its predecessors. On the development end, iPhone application development teams have worked hard to make this app work directly with the iPhone keychain so that it had true security that meshed with iPhone's abilities, and to add in the type of security measures that have become standard today online, such as auto logout.