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Jarcom Ltd Launches FaceCrypt Release 2 with Great New Features

Second release of FaceCrypt is slated for end-March

LONDON, April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Having FaceCrypt is like having your own personal password and data vault with facial recognition and encryption. The app simulates a real bank vault with safety deposit boxes where you can store all of your valuable, private data. Its unique live-person face recognition ensures that only the user can access their private data vault.

"Our goal is to offer real security to all smartphone users," says founder Jeremy Rose. "Losing the data on our mobile devices would be devastating for most people; FaceCrypt offers Fort Knox-type protection for passwords, photos and documents."

Following the success of its initial release of the FaceCrypt app in November 2013, Jarcom Ltd is launching FaceCrypt Release 2.

Features include all those that accompanied the original app, plus:

- Lower cost - purchase individual vault boxes without purchasing the full version.

- More convenience with all new FaceCrypt Backup365 - backup and restore the vault anytime, anywhere from FaceCrypt's secure cloud server with free trial period.

- Time saving and better security with all new embedded browser - go straight to your favorite website in absolute privacy with user names and passwords being automatically entered (autofill) from the vault.

- Improved face recognition - now faster and more lighting tolerance

Individual vault boxes are priced at $0.99. The new FaceCrypt Basic Release remains the same at $4.99 and FaceCrypt Plus at $6.99. All versions of FaceCrypt offer users peace of mind with FaceCrypt's own ultra-secure server. The vault is protected with industrial strength 256-bit blowfish encryption.

Click here for more information or to place an order.  

SOURCE Jarcom Ltd

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