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Can't help sharing with you a new awesome app, created by our team! It's hard to put it into words how proud I am, that we could make something so simple but at the same time incredibly interesting and exquisite.
The main (but not only) mission of the app is to keep your PIN-codes and passwords secure. And you may fairly say that data-keeping apps are a dime a dozen these days. The very first glance at Mnemonizer, however, will make you see its unique and revolutionary approach. Instead of protecting your "naked" data with an easy-to-crack password, you can easily hide it among random symbols on a mnemonic card. Thus, you kill two birds with one stone - get an instant password-less access to your data and become the only person in the world to read it right. Easily recognized by you, your data will stay absolutely invisible to the prying eyes.
If you'd like to know more, you can watch a teaser I made for the app promotion.
There is also a part of the tutorial attached. Of course, you can choose your own ways of keeping your data. The tutorial and video show only the simplest ones as an example.
I personally use this method for keeping my PINs:
First 4 numbers, marked by the color I chose, in the direction of reading (in our country - left to right) make my PIN. The first number of my PIN can be anywhere, not necessarily in the very first row. And the second one does not have to be right next to it. They are marked by my fave color, which is easy for me to remember. That is, there are absolutely no rules imposed on you. Only you decide how to keep your data.
Your comments, questions and ideas are crucial for us and are heartly welcome!
The graphic design was performed together with Artsiom "Grlmc" Hlushchenia.