Ross Flint has introduced BitSafe 1.0.1, a new personal information manager for Mac OS X. It’s available at the Mac App Store at an introductory price of US$6.99 for a limited time; it’s normally $13.99.
BitSafe is designed to store and organize sensitive information such as passwords and financial details in a safe and secure format. It includes a range of note types, allowing users to store login information, credit cards, software licenses and images, as well as other textual information and even store whole files, inside documents. Documents can also be stored in iCloud or Dropbox.
BitSafeArchiver provides full read/write support for BitSafe Archive files for OS X 10.6.8 and higher. It’s available at the Mac App Store for $1.99. BitSafeArchiverLE is a free version that provides read-only support. It’s also available from the Mac App Store and the Ross Flint web site (http://www.echomist.co.uk/software/BitSafe.html).