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The creators of FaceCrypt have apparently heard your pain. Their newly released app uses facial recognition technology to keep a person's passwords, photographs, documents and credit card numbers secure on their smartphone.
The cheapest version of the app is free but limits the number of entries per category. The basic version costs $4.99 and allows unlimited entries. Another version goes for $6.99 and features customizable icons.
The app is fairly simple: When setting up your profile, the app takes a picture of your face. From there, you can fill your "vault," where your information is securely stored. When you want to access your info, open the app and hold your phone inRead More »from No special characters required: Password app uses facial recognition