SPB Software is bringing its popular SPB Wallet to the Android community. Already available for Windows Mobile, iOS and Symbian S60-based devices – the application is made to secure the most valuable private information such as PINs, passwords, codes, accounts, passport and credit card numbers. To that end, it relies on the strong security with 256-bit AES encryption and automatic lockup in case the application was left open.
Your information is saved in so called virtual cards, which are designed to resemble real cards that we use on a daily basis. Along with the app, you get to access the online templates gallery with 25,000+ various designs as well as the option to order new ones free of charge.
Other features include password generator, ability to sync data with GMail account, and the ever-useful desktop component which makes it easy to manage and arrange sensitive data on a bigger screen and to synchronize it with the mobile device…
SPB Wallet 2.0 for Android works with smartphones running Android 2.1 and higher. It costs $3.5 but the price will go up to $7 after the introductory period which ends on May 31st.
SPB Wallet ($3.50) [Android Market link]