This weekend security expert Jeremy Rose of London got approval from Apple to sell his new password manager using face-recognition technology. The new app is called FaceCrypt. FaceCrypt costs $5 (with a $7 version using icons) and is the best app of its kind on the market today. It can can be purchased at the Apple app store.

FaceCrypt memorizes your face and gives you access on recognition. For added security the system can prompt users to blink to avoid someone using a photograph for access. In addition to passwords, FaceCrypt can also store personal data like credit card numbers and passport data, as well as secret documents, pictures and videos.

As many as 70 percent of people polled by the tech security company Symantec said they had forgotten at least one password in the last month.

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