Developer: Memengo, Inc.
Price: $4.99 Download on the App Store
Wallet Pro aims to solve one of the biggest concerns I have about using my iPhone: As much as I would like to have Web logins, credit card numbers and similarly crucial information on hand, I worry what might happen should I lose my iPhone.
Because of that, I won't store on my iPhone information that I can’t afford to lose. Trust me, you should think the same way.
However, my iPhone has some information stored on it that I'd like to protect such as my social net logins, frequent flyer accounts and the Web site where I order my monthly colon cleanser under an assumed name.
Wallet Pro, from Memengo, is great for doing that kind of stuff. Wallet Pro stores your login IDs, passwords, credit card numbers and more using 256-bit encryption, which is said to be uncrackable by spies and supercomputers.
Your vital data is stored in “wallets,” and each wallet contains folders and cards, and they contain the info you use to access accounts and so on. You can assign one of three levels of security to each wallet’s contents. There are several ready-made templates you can use for cards, which saves time entering and organizing your info. With Wallet Pro you can also store links and phone numbers and access them with a single tap.
One feature I particularly like: I can backup my data — encrypted — on a Memengo server. Not even the company can get a look at my semi-sensitive stuff.
Tapping the arrow in the bottom-left corner takes you to the Online Backup screen, where you can create a Memengo account or use your existing account. You can use your online account to set up and organize your wallets, and synch them with your handheld.
I’ve looked at several of password managers and Wallet Pro would be one of my top picks if I needed a password manager.