PasswordBox was named the 2014 CES Mobile App Showdown winner. One of the app’s most innovative features is Digital Legacy, which lets you share your social passwords with a trusted family member to help manage what happens to social accounts after death — like your Facebook account, for instance. To get a good sense of what, exactly, this entails, check out this video that describes that feature — with talk of Digital Legacy at 1:12. With more than one million active users, PasswordBox is the only free password manager that helps people securely store, retrieve, create and share passwords anytime, anywhere and on any device.
“PasswordBox is honored to be recognized as an innovator and technology leader in the app space,” said Magaly Charbonneau, COO of PasswordBox. “This is an exciting achievement for us as we enter 2014, and we will have more mobile innovation to share in the weeks to come.”
The award was bestowed by a panel of expert judges. PasswordBox demonstrated on-stage best practices regarding the protection of users’ digital life and the management of online accounts. With secure password sharing, digital death management (Legacy Locker) and instant login to favorite websites and mobile apps, PasswordBox is a “must-have” tool for 2014. The Mobile App Showdown Awards are run by Living Digital Times, which produces conferences and exhibits throughout the year bringing together the most knowledgeable leaders and latest innovations that intersect technology and lifestyle.