While OneSafe Photos has been reviewed earlier on iPhoneFootPrint and we had a positive experience with the unique range of security features it had to offer for a small price, oneSafe – Secure password manager and data vault takes it one step further by providing a one in all secure file manager for anything and everything you want to save securely. The look and feel are pretty close to what we experienced on oneSafe Photos thus it did not take more than a few minutes to get a hang of redesigned slick UI. oneSafe – Secure password manager and data vault brings a whole new meaning to security and ease of use with plenty of new features that make saving your important documents, banking details, PIN’s, passwords and anything personal or professional with high security and privacy, quite easy.
The first session with the app requires you to setup access type either as a PIN, password or pattern accompanied by security questions that can be used to unlock the app when you forget the primary access details. The app has every other security feature it has had in its Photos only version, including the break in reports that allow you to capture the picture of the stranger who tries to access your OneSafe data without your consent. You can make use of the advanced security features for your highly sensitive data, that offers military grade AES 256 encryption and hardware encryption along. The Self Destruct feature has proved its worth in case of device loss or theft in many scenarios and with oneSafe it gets triggered when a thief tries to open the OneSafe with a wrong password for over 3 times and Boom! All the data is erased to avoid misuse of data. But you can turn this feature off when you know that your kids are playing with your iPad which could unevenly trigger the alarm.
The most awaited and promising feature that OneSafe has brought along in the latest update is cloud synchronization and backups that let you keep your data safe and syncronized even when you swap devices with family members or upgrade to a new Apple product. The sync and backup feature can reduce the burden of migrating your files to a new device with simple configuration. While the backups feature is simple to use, it is also highly secure due to the presence of encryption key usage. These backups can be exported to your iTunes directly, sent over email or can be readily downloaded by pointing your browser to network IP provided by the app.
OneSafe has seen some very neat improvement in terms of UI and quick navigation. Everything you need frequently is available on the top panel and for anything else a simple flick on the screen will do the job by sliding out the sidebar. Whether you want to add new files, search for existing files, perform a copy, move, share or delete action with multiple files, or even manage your categories by adding, editing or reordering them to segregate your files based on your requirements, oneSafe has got your covered. The category panel comes with a set of most commonly used classifications that by default include username/passwords, wallet items, work related information, documents that can be PDF’s, word and excel files and you can add more custom categories that match your criterion . There double protection area in the app actually increases the protection of files and documents stored within by 200% and can be used to store something highly confidential.
Adding your files is now fun. You can add your images and documents directly from iTunes sharing or from camera roll that can be accessed within the app itself to choose the files you want. With OneSafe you can also readily snap a photo or shoot a video and secure the media right away. If you have a habit of saving the business cards securely in your device, OneSafe is just not good but amazing. You can have the business card information in digital visual form that can let you use email address, call an individual or visit a webpage using a private browser right within the app which can also makes you use of the login details stored in the OneSafe locker without retyping them. While keeping your data in a simple and secure way, OneSafe also presents your data with beautiful templates that can be visually differentiated with each other based on colors and designs. The app has a huge variety of templates for different data types and even includes some custom templates to handle uncommon data. The data specific templates are available for credit cards, shopping cards/vouchers, ID documents like a driving license, Passport, ID card, SSN, Bank account number, Internet banking details, Bank tokens, based on name of banks, car related, home related, insurance documents, E- tickets, Frequent flyer cards, SIM card details, phone passwords, contact cards and much more.
All in all oneSafe – Secure password manager and data vault can be your one stop solution when you need that extra security for your sensitive documents and media files. If you have missed oneSafe Photos in our earlier review and are still carrying your confidential files in a plain text or unsecure digital lockers, here your chance to win oneSafe by letting us know what your current digital locker lacks. Drop us line what you would enjoy the most in oneSafe and we will randomly select a user with email address.
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|App Name: oneSafe|
|App Category: Productivity|
|Developer: Lunabee Pte. Ltd.|