Here are the 50 best iPad security apps to help you keep your world safer, from passwords to cameras to alarms to theft prevention.
Store all your website passwords in one place. This version of the app only works with iPads.
2) 1Password Pro ($14.99):
This universal version of the app works with iPod Touches and iPhones, in addition to iPads. So if you have multiple devices, you can store passwords securely on all of them.
3) DataVault Password Security ($9.99):
This highly customizable app lets you protect all your sensitive information, from logins to frequent flyer accounts.
This app includes 256-bit AES encryption and can be used on iPads, iPod Touches, and iPhones.
5) eWallet Lite (Free):
For no money at all you can use the lite version of eWallet, which is limited to storing 10 cards in one wallet.
6) How Strong Is Your Password? ($1.99):
Not all passwords are equally effective. This app simulates how long it would take a cybercriminal to hack your password.
7) iPassGen ($.99):
Dont use your pets name as a password. Instead, use this app to create highly secure passwords. You can set it to use numbers and European characters.
8) Keeper (Free):
This app protects your passwords with 128-bit encryption. Partner it with the desktop application ($29.95 per year) to synchronize your private info between your iPad and computer.
9) KeyGrinder (Free):
The app creates secure passwords out of simple passwords that you can remember. Use one easy password for all your sites and the app converts it into a different complex password for each site.
10) mSecure ($4.99):
The app creates and stores multiple types of passwords with a friendly, customizable interface. Your purchase also gets you a free desktop backup and restore utility.
11) PasswordApp ($2.99):
This simple tool lets you save your passwords in categories and supports Italian and French, besides English.
12) Password One ($1.99):
This universal app (it also works on iPod Touches and iPhones) lets you shake to create secure passwords, then easily save them. This full version lets you edit and nickname passwords.
13) Password One Lite (Free):
This limited version of the app still lets you shake to create passwords up to eight characters long, then store them in a locker.
14) Password Strength ($.99):
This app generates random, secure passwords, and also gives you a visual notification of how secure your current passwords are.
15) Passwords (Free):
This charmingly cartoony app creates complex passwords then saves them to your clipboard for use.
16) PasswordWallet ($4.99):
A great deal, this app lets you backup, restore, and view your saved data on your computer using the desktop client. The purchase gets you a 25 percent coupon on the desktop client.
Use this app to browse the Web on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch without leaving a trace.
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