Friday, May 10, 2013

Undiscovered App #15: PianoPass

PianoPassIf any of you ever played Ultima V back in the old days, there's a part where you have to play a piano using certain keys in order to make a secret passage open. Today's Undiscovered App lets you do the same thing with the valuable data on your iPhone.

PianoPass by Rahul Shah is a neat little utility that keeps your information locked up, hidden behind a piano app facade that only grants you access by playing the piano keys in the exact same sequence that you programmed. And you better remember your piano sequence or write it down somewhere, because currently, there is no way to recover it. If you can do that, your experience should be an enjoyable one, because most of the 1-star reviews came from people who couldn't remember their pass keys.

As you can see from the screen shots below, you can keep all sorts of things in there: passwords, notes, photos, and contacts. For anyone else who picks up your phone, they'll just see an unassuming piano app, and they can play around with it to their heart's content since it operates and sounds like any piano.

PianoPass screen shots

PianoPass is a fun little app we recommend, and it is currently available for $1.99. It has an average rating of 4 stars from 124 reviews.


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