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iPhone apps for passwords, money, shopping

updated 06:00 pm EDT, Thu July 10, 2008

SplashData iPhone Apps

SplashData, a company that has made a name for itself as the top seller of mobile productivity apps for smartphones, has announced that three of its apps, SplashID, SplashMoney and SplashShopper, will now be available on the iPhone. SplashID allows you to safely store your passwords and other important information in one convenient location.

SplashMoney acts as a complete financial manager for a user. It allows a user to securely complete many different financial tasks, such as track balances or record transactions, all while on the go.

SplashShopper gives users an easy way to compile shopping lists for any situation, whether it be grocery or holiday shopping. It gives users the ability to create any number of fully customizable lists, track aisle locations as well as prices. All of these apps can also be to synced with their companion desktop software available for both PCs and Macs.

Each of the apps are available through the App Store and cost $10 each. The companion software which brings more functionality to each of the apps must be purchased separately for $20 each.

by MacNN Staff





  1. speed_the_collapse

    Joined: Dec 1969


    50 dollars!

    Quite a price for the whole collection. I wouldn't pay 50 dollars for it though.

  1. Macola

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I hope 1Password or (better yet) KeepassX get their apps out soon...a much better choice than SplashID.

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