SPB Wallet is bringing its eponymous mobile wallet app to Android, enabling users to securely store credit card information, PINs and other financial data on their smart phones, according to Mobiputing.com.
Already available for Windows Mobile, Symbian and iOS, the SPB Wallet uses 256-bit AES encryption on user data and features an icon-based interface that allows users to securely access credit card numbers, Passport information, PINs and passwords by clicking on graphical representations of their real cards and documents. Users can even customize and edit the appearance of their virtual cards to suite their particular needs.
Once logged in, users can also sync data to their Gmail accounts to be used on another device or on an SPB Wallet desktop app.
SPB Wallet is expected to cost $7 for Android users, compared to $9.95 for the iOS app and nearly $30 for the Windows Mobile and Symbian versions, says Mobiputing.com. A free 15-day trial is now available on the SPB web site.
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