1Password - having installed this password manager you may not worry that you will forget the passwords of Internet pages, credit cards, e-mail boxes and any other service. The application will easily generate unique passwords for you. Your data will be absolutely protected from crack thanks to coding
a WalletAndroidVersion: 3.3 updated Upload Date: 31 Mar 12
"a Wallet" Android application is your own Virtual Wallet at your fingertips. It allows you to save and manage your most important info/data, like:
1) Credit/Debit/Store Card Numbers, their Expiry Date and other details.
2) Bank Accounts' numbers, their balance and more
Adguard - surf the Internet and spend time online with convenience. Powerful filter will remove all commercials, block downloading of files containing viruses and provide absolute anonymity in the Internet. Look through any sites and don't worry about the security of your device
Alpha Bravo Encoder Free - This app will teach you the NATO phonetic alphabet and the Morse code value of letters and numbers. It will also encode/translate text into the NATO Phonetic Alphabet and into Morse code. Once you have encoded/translated your text, you can save it to later retrieve it instead of re-typing your text every time
APG - OpenPGP for Android. It is open source and its goal is to provide a similar OpenPGP implementation as GnuPG.
Note: Internet permission is needed because of the key server support.
· manage secret/public keys (eg
App Lock Free - App Lock Free protects your private apps through numeric password, draw pattern and cool gesture pattern!
Worrying about your private apps seen by others when they use your Smartphone? Then you need App Lock which protects your private apps
Android Wallet Password Manager MAIN FEATURES * Stores securely your passwords, credit cards information, e-banking credentials, web accounts, etc. * Has Editor for changing or creating new data Categories with custom icons
Battle.net Authenticator can help protect the Battle.net account you use from unauthorized access. Each time you log in to World of Warcraft or Battle.net Account Management, the Mobile Authenticator will generate a single-use security code that you must enter in addition to your password