My Digital Afterlife Keeps Your Passwords Safe
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My Digital Afterlife Keeps Your Passwords Safe

In this day and age everything we have is controlled by passwords and locks. Social media, email, our cellphones and bank accounts. Often times we have people who rely on us, who we help and we pay for but what happens when we die? All those passwords and locks meant for security don’t seem so helpful anymore when the person you take care of can’t get access to money to eat. Well, there is an app that you can get on your phone that can contain all your passwords and locks and keep them safe until after you die.

This app is very simple to use, it has a straight forward layout making it easy to add new passwords. Opening the app you are prompted to put in a password, which you can easily write down somewhere to let your dependent access the account, after which you are brought to a list of your different passwords. Once you go into a specific password you not only have access to the password but a list of details that you have put in as well. If there is any specific way you want a password to be used once you are gone you can simply input this here.

There are many different passwords that you can put into the password manager such as your home insurance, bike locks, bank accounts, your computer, even your internet password. Not only can you put in passwords but you can put in what you want to happen when you die. The password on the app makes sense because this is very valuable information, if you lose your phone and somebody gets a hold of this information your life could be ruined. However, it also makes it difficult because once you are dead you can’t exactly tell anybody your password. The point of the app is to give people access to your information after you are gone, but if they can’t get into the app then they won’t have that access. You can always write down the password for them but that also brings about a problem because there is a possibility that they could lose the password.

My Digital Afterlife app

In conclusion this app is very helpful, it can protect those you have protected by giving them access to your accounts. All apps have small flaws but it can be easily remedied by just writing down the password to one account. This app provides a safe haven for your passwords and your wishes after you die making it easier for the way that you would like your burial to be carried out to happen. You can simply put in your password and what you would like to happen to the account then leave it alone.

My Digital Afterlife has been designed for ease of use, it is meant to be very simple and yet very powerful. This app will protect your information so even if you lose your phone you do not have to worry. It will help those you care for even after you are gone.

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