AppsCo – A Simple Way to Protect Your Identity | NewsWatch Review

MWC 2016

Written & Edited By: Michelle Ison

Businesses are moving on from on-premises software to on-demand cloud-based services. It allows them to access these services from anywhere, but at the same time it creates new identity management challenges such as the thing many people are scared of when it comes to using the internet: How do you prevent digital data theft? Well, while at Mobile World Congress we found a solution for that in AppsCo.

“AppsCo is cloud identity, so the problem that we solved is that you store your password on your phone, in your browser, etc. And that’s really unsecure and can expose your identity. We remember all your passwords so we can give you one-click access to all your apps.” -Geir Christian Karlsen, CEO AppsCo

“Actually, it works very simple. Let’s start with a personal use. You just go to, register in 20 seconds, select what you need, and you are good to go.” – Marko Vucinic, Team Lead Apps Co

AppsCo tracks all of your login data and allows you to share these apps with family or friends or others in your company. This is a great tool to utilize when we currently live in a mobile world and are constantly accessing the internet. This will simplify the use of those apps by storing your passwords while also ensuring that your personal data is secure.

It is easy to use and you can quickly register for an account to start securing your data right away. Right now AppsCo is available both on iOS and Android devices so you can access these apps from anywhere. AppsCo is also free for individuals however, for the business version it is $2 a month. So to start protecting your information, head on over to the app store to download it today.

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michelle-ison-headshotMichelle Ison is a regular writer, editor and technology reporter for NewsWatch. She lives in Northern Virginia and loves all things tech.


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