Remembering the credentials to login online websites and email platforms are never been easy. When it comes to storing them in tablets like iPads, there are lot of options available online. But the most vital aspect is choosing an app that secures your data and simple to use. How do you do that? The Password Manager for iPad – Touch ID & Passcode will help you to provide a simple, nice designed, yet secured app to store the confidential information for you and your users. It uses Touch ID to validate device owner and uses passcode as a alternative to Touch ID.
This is an iPad version of http://codecanyon.net/item/password-manager-touch-id-passcode-ios-app/9251024
If you have purchased both versions and want to make an universal app, head over to the documentation included and follow the simple steps to make it universal.
Here is a live version in app store: https://itunes.apple.com/sg/app/password-manager-touch-id/id936773316?mt=8
Here are some features:
Natively Written in Xcode
Uses Touch ID to validate the device owner
User may choose to enter passcode
Admob and In-App Purchase are integrated
Touch ID unavailable device owner may choose passcode to login
Supports image/logo to identify easily of stored credentials
Stored data is encrypted
Passcode is stored in System Keychain. Even if the app is deleted, the passcode is still there unless you erase them through the app.
Easy to change the theme color with one line of code.
Can be added more logo images
Ready to upload to Appstore
More functions when swiping an item
Copy to clipboard feature is included
- Missing .pch file and missing admob library error fixed
Now passcode is mandatory before using Touch ID
Unnecessary admob codes were removed to be inline with iOS developer program
Now user is notified with hud when successfully changed password, turned off, copied username or passcode to clipboard ( nice )
Lockscreen design is changed so that it won’t mimic iOS stock lock screen
Support iOS10 and admob is updated
iOS 8 and above
Following libraries are used in this application: