We're pleased to announce that Myki for iOS now has some very exciting new Pro Features!
These paid features are designed to help you better organize your passwords and sensitive data, as well as customize your overall experience.
When you have a million accounts stored in your vault, locating specific ones can be a painstaking task.
Custom Tags allow you to add unique tags to each account, and quickly pull up all the ones that share a common tag, simply by typing its name in the search bar.
Why not tag all your music streaming accounts "Music"? Or how about labeling all your gaming accounts "Games"? There's a tag for everything!
Tags can really help you organize, but if you want to truly reduce clutter and better categorize your accounts, you might want to consider setting up multiple profiles.
Use the Custom Profiles feature to create separate dedicated profiles for any accounts, cards, and secure notes you'd like to group together.
How about creating a "Work" profile for all your work accounts? Or maybe an "Accounts I Share with My Buddies Because We're Cheap" profile for those Netflix and Spotify accounts? You gotta keep'em separated...
Sometimes, your username and password isn't the only account information you'd like to store.
With Custom Fields, you can add a text field, number field, or even a date field to any accounts you'd like to include additional information about.
Can't bother remembering the PIN codes for your cards? Add a number field, call it "PIN". Worried you'll forget the answers you provided for secret questions? Add a text field, call it "Secret Question Answer". The possibilities are endless!
Whenever you add a new account, Myki automatically fetches an image for it from the web. But who are we to stop you from giving your accounts a little visual flair?
Use the Custom Images feature to set a picture of your choice as the image of an account. You'll be able to search the web for one, select one from your gallery, or even take one with your camera!
Whether you want to set your company logo as the image for all your work accounts, or use a cute picture of your cat as the image for that Instagram account you created for them, the choice is yours.