Abine unveiled its new Blur password manager for Android (also available for iOS). Blur is the only password manager in the world that includes privacy protection and a digital wallet for fast, secure virtual (tokenized) e-commerce credit card payments.
The Blur App for Android devices enables anyone to create tough-to-crack passwords, spam-free email addresses and private virtual credit cards through their default browser and even from inside their favorite mobile Apps. For example, Samsung Galaxy owners get password management and secure wallet payments directly inside of most Android Apps such as Uber, DropBox, Facebook, Amazon, Flipboard, WhatsApp, Minecraft and many more.
Consumers who use the full capabilities of Blur for registering new accounts and for shopping online are virtually impervious to threats from data breaches, cyber thieves and hackers. Blur helps people easily mask their identities using secure, unique credentials that cannot be correlated across different web sites or online activities. With Blur, the days when identities could be stolen online and then re-used across services are a thing of the past.
Blur’s same unique capabilities that protect people’s identities also protect individual privacy. When using Blur, marketers, ad networks and other data brokers cannot easily and silently track everything consumers do online. Online privacy is especially important for iPhone and Android users whose geolocations and identity information are intimately tied to their mobile phones.
Blur comes in free and premium version. Blur Premium costs about $3 per month and includes a dedicated private phone number, unlimited new Masked Credit Cards and the ability to add and sync unlimited mobile devices to an account for one subscription price.
Online privacy company Abine is the creator of Blur, the only password manager and digital wallet that protects passwords, payments and privacy. Abine’s solutions have been trusted by over 25 million people worldwide.
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