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Keeper data encryption app reaches desktops

updated 10:50 am EDT, Wed May 13, 2009

Keeper for Mac debuts

Callpod has launched a desktop version of its data encryption application, Keeper. Previously released for the iPhone, Keeper is designed to safely store passwords, account numbers, website logins, notes, lists and other business or personal information. The software is said to use military-grade encryption, while still providing a simple interface for retrieving records.

The desktop client is also capable of syncing with a mobile device, using a Wi-Fi connection and Keeper Mobile. People can purchase the desktop version of Keeper for $15, and Keeper Mobile for the iPhone and iPod touch from the App Store at a cost of $1.




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