A Bevy of SplashID App Updates


SplashID App Updates

Dear SplashID friends,

Hope you’re having a good start to 2016!

Our development team has been busy, and we have a number of SplashID updates for you.

To take advantage of all the features and enjoy access to SplashID on multiple platforms, make sure you have SplashID Pro.

Here are the updates:

SplashID for iOS:

  • Added new views: Recently Added, Recently Viewed and Local Only records
  • Improved app stability

SplashID for Windows:

  • Added full record printing option with print preview
  • Added WiFi sync support for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 mobile apps
  • Added new category filter and new views
  • Included password generator configuration in the record details screen
  • Improved searching by now searching for words in categories and types of records

SplashID for Windows Phone:

  • WiFi sync enabled to work with latest Windows and Mac desktop apps
  • Supports exporting of records to an encrypted VID
  • Bug fixes and UI improvements

SplashID for Android:

  • Added new views: Recently Added, Recently Viewed and Local Only records
  • New setting to globally unmask all passwords
  • Added ability to configure password generator at the record level
  • Bug fixes

SplashID for BlackBerry 10 / Playbook:

  • Refined and polished user interface
  • Automatic cloud based SplashID Backup service for cloud sync users
  • Security dashboard provides usage statistics and tools to monitor and fix weak, reused, and old passwords
  • Photo capture feature quickly and easily stores credit card information
  • Offline feature for subscribed WiFi and No Sync users
  • Improved app usability in low network for Cloud users
  • Cloud sync bug fix

As always, if you’re upgrading to a new version, please remember to backup your data!


MorganMorgan Slain

PS: Looking for Mac updates? We’re working on it!

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A Bevy of SplashID App Updates

2 thoughts on “A Bevy of SplashID App Updates

  • April 20, 2016 at 2:43 am

    Have been a long time user of SplashID on the iPhone and Andriod.

    I have started backing up SplashID database locally on my mobile phone.
    It created a folder named SplashID.

    Is this backup copy encrypted and secured with the same protection as the master used by the App?

    Your respond will be most appreciated.

    • August 3, 2016 at 3:48 am

      Hi Raymond, thanks for the message, and sorry for the late reply on this. Yes, the backup copy is also encrypted!


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