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Did you ever had the need of keeping some data private? Off the eyes of other people? Wether that data is a photo, a sound or recording, or your home alarm's password, iMe will do just this thing for you.

iMe can hold your sensitive data, like your passwords, alarms codes, site login details, credit card numbers, and any other data you can imagine, safe. With simple but powerful customization options, you can't ask for anything else.

You have something to write. You just thought of an idea to solve a problem that you have for a long time. Or you just want to write lyrics, or your personal diary. Open iMe, and go into the Notes section, where you can do just that.

Every note in iMe can become a reminder. iMe will notify you every time you open it about things you have to day. Do you have an appointment? When that day comes, open iMe, which will notify you about things you have to do today. All these things are placed in "Today's Notes".

iMe fully supports voice recording and Voice Reminders! In the notes section, you can add voice recordings, in any category you can with the text notes. iMe will notify you just as it would do with the text notes. But it doesn't have to be a reminder. It can also serve as a place to recor your thoughts without having to write everything down using the iPhone's visual keyboard.

...and that's why iMe can hold millions of them! Store your very personal photos in iMe. You can add them from the iPhone's photo library, or you can take one using iMe, and store it inside iMe. Every picture added in iMe is separated from the rest of the iPhone. Meaning that even if you delete the original Photos from your iPhone Library iMe will still hold your imported photos.

That way, you can have images stored in iMe that you don't want anyone else who may search your iPhone to see.

You can backup the data from iMe in your computer using your internet browser and a Wifi Connection. That's right! No external program is necessary! Every browser will work! You open your browser, enter the exact address that iMe gives you (using the "External" function, and there you have it! A list with all the contents of iMe: Sounds, Images, and an XML file holding your essential data (provided you have pressed the "Generate XML" button in the "External" section of iMe").

You can also import .txt files, image files, and sound files from your computer, and add them into iMe using the same way: Your internet browser! Works for PC, Mac OS X, and Linux the same way!

No! In iMe, you can tag your data, and you can search for them: No need to scroll down each time to see what password concerns your home alarm or what is your 10nth credit card's number. You can search your credit cards using tags you have already given. You can search notes depending on creation date, tags, or title. You can search images depending on people who are inside the image, the date it was taken, tha tags you have given, the title, and the notes of the image!

iMe is NOT an organizer. Nor it is an agenda. It's your personal place, in your personal iPhone. Simple, powerful, and stable. It keeps your data inaccessible to people who may use your iPhone without your permission while at the same time being very accessible and simple to you.

If you have any questions, visit iMe's site in Project Soulstorm, at or mail me at [email protected] .

What's New in Version 2.0.1

--Fixed a very serious bug in the images section where after adding a new image the button was still visible on screen, hiding the underneath items.
--Fixed memory leaks tht were affecting the iPod touch.
--Improved overall stability.


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