Secure your online accounts with Sticky Password Premium [DEALS]

December 24, 2015

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Enjoy convenient access to all of your online accounts with a lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium, 75% off for readers of Android Community. A lot of people conduct their daily business via the web. They bank, make purchases, and communicate with others around the globe. For each of these activities, users are required to log in to websites with passwords that, for the sake of security, are becoming necessarily complex.

Today, passwords are generally required to be at least 8 characters long, contain uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and, at times, symbols. Plus, it’s smart to use a different password for each website. Though this complexity ensures the security of your accounts, it can be difficult to remember all those passwords. That’s where Sticky Password comes in.

Your lifetime subscription to Sticky Password Premium provides strong, encrypted passwords for all your accounts, managed by a single master password known only by you. Simply put, you can easily access your accounts at any time and from any location without having to remember a lot of complex password data.

Sticky Password is completely secure and easy to use. You maintain control of your passwords by choosing whether to store them locally or to the cloud, and the user interface is intuitive so you can get access to your accounts quickly and get on with your business.

Sticky Password is compatible with Android, PC, Mac, and iOS devices so, no matter which you use, it can help save you time. Plus, it remembers the form data you enter so you don’t have to waste time continually entering the same information over and over again.

Save time and ensure your accounts are easily accessible. Make your passwords secure and organized for life with Sticky Password Premium, $24.99 at Android Community Deals.

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