Yearly Archives: 2012

KyPass 1 is dead 3

All persons who have made an update to their iPhone/iPad today already knows: Your favorite password manager has changed!
KyPass 1 was too difficult to maintain.
Thus, all KyPass 1 users are now upgraded to KyPass 2.

Former users of KyPass 2 have now KyPass Pro.

What are the differences between KyPass and KyPass Pro?
Generator password and unlock by pincode is only in the Pro version.
Actually, this is the only difference.
Regarding future features, you will see …

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Black Friday @kyuran

It’s that time of year again…
For the Black Friday 2012, here is our promotions!

KyPass Pro (4 stars and 1150 ratings)
The pro version of our well-known password manager $1.99 (was $4.99)

The best karaoke player on Pocket PC back on iPhone/iPod/iPad $0.99 (was $1.99)

Biopocket Pro
Great biorhythm application $1.99 (was $4.99)

myIntranet 1.0 1

myIntranet allow you to have your personal intranet on your iPhone. On the backend, it only use standardized format like vCard, rss, keepass, http, …

Most of the services are available offline. myIntranet caches all the content needed when it is in your network.

The first time you run myIntranet, you enter an URL. myIntranet download on the configuration on this URL and send you back all services available for you in your organization.

myIntranet could be used in your organization (industry, university, …) but could also be used as personal multi-purpose tool for your own usage.

– Access to all the contact in your organization in a private address book. myIntranet supports vCard.
– Display eBook. myIntranet supports .pdf eBook reading.
– Display news about your organization. myIntranet supports RSS feed.
– Access to the passwords of your organization remotely. myIntranet supports Keepass databases.
– Display map between your position and any Point of Interest (not available offline)
– Display website. (not available offline)
– Send a mail to any contact via a contact form.

Download it from appStore

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Orientation bug in KyPass v1.9.3 3

We are aware of the orientation bug in KyPass v1.9.3 with some version of iOS.
Bug fixes was submitted today to Apple.
Sorry for that.

For developers or just for curious people, it’s due to the fact that iOS6 doesn’t support anymore this function:

- (BOOL)shouldAutorotateToInterfaceOrientation:(UIInterfaceOrientation)interfaceOrientation

Developers that compile against iOS SDK 6.0 and greater must be sure to add this function in their code!

- (BOOL)shouldAutorotate