This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of MyRecordVault for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Using an app that is. After all, if iOS itself already has some security measures in it, app vendors would not even bother making one, right?

RecordVault is an app that, for a small fee, gives someone lifetime protection of their vital information. Using state of the art technology never before used in a security app, a person’s records can only be accessed by that person from their mobile device. Information can include images, text, documents and any other items a person deems most important to them and their families.

In today’s time, security is everything. I am sure you store your passwords in some other app in your phone to remind you in case you forget them. I do because there are just so many sites today that I tend not to use the same password for all of them especially anything related to financial.

What makes their security impementation effective is its true 3 factor authentication software which cannot be easily hacked. The RecordVault app uses military grade encryption and industry standard storage wiping to secure any type of file including electronic records, documents, voice, images, and videos.

You can unlock your files with a unique software key generated specifically for you. Your files cannot be hacked or reproduced since your credentials and the key are not stored in any system. Your files remain encrypted in a folder on your device and they are only temporarily opened at the exact moment you need them.

You can share files in/out, import media and export files in/out of RecordVault on your device. The app does secure important data alright, without undermining or slowing down your phone.

If you value security, I recommend you check out RecordVault.

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How to transfer music from ipod to itunes? Now here is one software worth trying. Okay, so you say you have iTunes but that just sucks. iTunes is heavy and for transferring files to and fro, that software is not just worth it. It is downright heavy in resources compared to this one.

TouchCopy, available for download from www.touchcopy.com is a simple and lightweight program that runs on PC or Mac, allows users to transfer content from their Apple device to their computer or iTunes. And when I say content, I mean music, playlists, podcasts, album art, ratings, play counts, everything.


Users can also backup all their music, movies and playlists at the touch of a button. Simple and quick. TouchCopy can even play iPod music and video through a computer without the need to have iTunes installed.
You can even use the software to enable your Apple device to be used as an external disk drive.

The software also enables photos and videos in your Apple Device to be viewed and copied to a computer or uploaded onto YouTube. You can even save games from the iPod to a computer or directly back into the iTunes library.

TouchCopy is not totally free. You can test run it for a free trial first. And at $24.99, it is not such a steep price considering the multitude of other features that you can do using this.

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