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IAA Introduces PocketMac SecureNotes

IAA Introduces PocketMac SecureNotes

by , 9:20 AM EST, November 7th, 2006

Information Appliance Associates announced the immediate availability of PocketMac SecureNotes on Tuesday. PocketMac SecureNotes is a Universal Binary application that stores information in an 448-bit encrypted database. It can hold passwords, credit card information, movie files or any other type of document, notes, and more. Notes can be exported as PDF documents, and data can be synchronized with BlackBerry devices through PocketMac for BlackBerry.

PocketMac SecureNotes is priced at US$29.95, and is available for download at the Information Appliance Associates Web site.

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