OneSafe now free (down from $5) as Apple’s App of the Week

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Premium password manager OneSafe for iOS is now free (down from $4.99) for a limited time as Apple’s Free App of the Week. OneSafe lets you store sensitive documents, photos, credit card details, and more and protects them all with AES-256 encryption and Touch ID.

“OneSafe is like Fort Knox in your pocket!” says the app’s creators. “OneSafe provides advanced security for your passwords with features like Touch ID, auto-lock, decoy safe, intrusion detection, self-destruct mode and double protection for your most sensitive data.”

This makes OneSafe ideal for storing confidential documents and important information on your iPhone or iPad, and its strong encryption — the highest level available on mobile — ensures that your data will never be compromised, even if you device falls into the wrong hands.

Unlike lots of rival apps, OneSafe lets you sync your stored data across various devices using iCloudDrive or Dropbox, so you can access it elsewhere if you need to. You can also back it up via iTunes, email, or Wi-Fi — and sort it into categories to make things easy to find.

OneSafe is normally priced at $4.99, but until Thursday, you can get it free. Just look for the OneSafe banner under the App Store’s “Featured” tab on iOS, or use the link below. Note that you may see a different App of the Week if you’re outside of the U.S., but following the link below should allow you to get OneSafe free.

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