Mobile App Reviews: Quick response email and password lockdown for the financial advisor road warrior
Boxer says its the first mobile email app to combine the best of your favorite mail features with some major improvements to help you on the go. What I have experienced is an email app that allows you to quickly get your email down to zero, while allowing each email address to have its own signature with easy to use gestures. It’s like they took the digital DNA from the Mailbox, Clear and Sparrow apps and combined them to create Boxer. Boxer added an additional kick lightning to give you a quick text response very similar to an auto reply and combined them with a priority email to-do list.
The app also allows you to add every email service from your personal to business (such as Yahoo, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook/Hotmail, iCloud, even Aol…not just Gmail). You can also connect your Dropbox, Facebook and LinkedIn. After using this app over the last couple of weeks, I have to say that it was easy to set up and drill down that figurative “email jail.” This email app should hold you over and keep your mailbox down to zero until iOS 7 for Apple is released in the fall. That is when all bets are off. Hopefully Boxer will innovate from this version even more. The app is currently $4.99 in the iTunes App Store.
The one app I use everyday all day is 1Password. I now will never forget or have to generate a password again. I use this as my virtual Post-it-note for all my passwords, account notes and even other personal sensitive data. All you have to do is enter your Master Password to unlock this app and log-into websites with a single tap or use at for quick reference to fill in manually. If you don’t remember the Master Password then you cannot access your vault of passwords and personal data.
This cannot even be reset or retrieved if forgotten because its not kept anywhere. Once forgotten, there is nothing they can do to help you recover it. This is a good thing. So, remember your Master Password. This app works across all Apple and Android devices. Until all smartphone a tablets have a biometric sensor finger print reader or retinal scan this product have to do. 1Password is currently available in both the iTunes App Store for $8.99 and Google Play store.
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