Store passwords, rewards cards and bank cards safely with Titan Wallet

By DJ Reyes on 28 Nov 2013 09:04 am
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I carry around a few store cards, so an app like Titan Wallet appeals to me if it means I can thin down my wallet a bit. But Titan Wallet can do more than just carry around your rewards and gift cards for you. You can store passwords and bank cards too. All this is password protected and Titan Wallet uses AES encryption to do so.

The app itself is pretty simple in form. Once you have your password set up your are presented with the three sections - Passwords, Rewards Cards and Credits Cards. Just tap whichever one you want to add to. For Passwords, it is just a case of naming the password and adding the credentials. The password itself will be starred out. Whenever you need to access it in the future just tap and hold the name and tap copy number when the side menu pops up. You can add an optional note to your passwords too.

With reward or gift cards, you can add them manually or you can do so by scanning the barcode on the card, making it quick and easy to add. The Rewards card section is definitely a feature I will be making a lot of use of.

Credit cards or bank cards can be added too. You do this manually. While I probably won't use this much, it could be useful for when I need to check my card number at certain times. What would be great is if this could actually be used with the NFC feature of your BlackBerry smartphone. Now that would be cool.

All in all, Titan Wallet is a pretty sweet app. And it comes from a developer who brought us Titan Files, which we have taken a look at before. Two apps worth looking at.

Titan Wallet is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices and is priced at $2.99.

Learn more / Purchase TItan Wallet for BlackBerry 10

45 comments

mscooley

Sweet. Thanks. I need a solution like this.

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drizzt09

Hundreds of password/cards vault type apps. And not one can get it perfect. Still waiting....

cjterminator

Your comment does not tell what you are looking for?

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MelCali82

He's looking and waiting for one that is perfect

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drizzt09

Yes I am..
If you want list specifically. Here goes..
In this one o do like that the 3 categories are separated. Great start. I LOVE that it's CC, passwords and Loyalty in 1 app.. genius.

Lacking:
1. local backup/restore
2. Sub categories within 3 main categories...ie...
Passwords: pc, web, social, email..etc
Loyalty: clothes, food, electronics, vehicle,... etc
CC: not really applicable here
3. NFC would be a welcome bonus as already mentioned.

jatb0y

Also lacking:

real help with choosing the type of barcode. The App should be able to figure that out by itself. Since it scans the barcode in the first place anyway.
Ability to have pictures of the cards associated with the Names. Will make it easier to find.
Warning that the usual handheld barcode scanners will not be able to read the barcodes displayed on a mobile screen.

Aljean Thein

Also Lacking:

Nothing is perfect..

drizzt09

Wrong... "nothing is perfect for everyone" this may be perfect for many. BlackBerry Password Keeper may be perfect for others. Neither are perfect for me.
Someday hopefully one will be perfect for me... perhaps this one in the future.

kirkins

Hi Developer here when scanning the app should detect the barcode type. Are you having issues with that not happening?

dahiyavinod

Try Enpass.

It has all the features you requires. Local backup restore via wifi. Dropbox sync. Stores web logins, passwords, credit cards, bank accounts, travel docs, reward program, cloth sizes and many more ( about 70 type of things). And its cross platform and native for bb10 too.

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mphinz57

Any able to use NFC yet?

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tmurphx5

It's a shame that BlackBerry haven’t ported BlackBerry Wallet over to BB10 it has all these features. I still carry a 9900 for work and use it.

Q10 10.2.1.1055

crazigee

This app seems a lot like the native "Password Keeper" app, except that it also has specific fields related to credit cards.

Can anyone confirm or add more details to differentiate the two?

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bfunkera

Well, the difference between the two (password keeper and titan wallet) are that the new version of password keeper allows for backups. That's the main thing qnd what's keeping me with password keeper

Single finger flickin fun from the best Damn virtual keyboard in existence...the BlackBerry Z30 Everybody!

3_M4N

I guess there would be times when looking up your credit card number might be handy, but it doesn't seem practical for actually making purchases. I like the rewards card feature though. I could myself getting some use out of that.

Posted while peeking and flowing on my incredible Q10!

Graheem

KeePass, free, works for keeping all passwords and credit card info secure. And cross platforms for me.
For loyalty cards either/both FidMe and Cardstar. Both FREE, again are good for me.

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srfinva

+1 for FidMe. I use DataVault for the rest. This app may be convenient enough to use for paying at checkout, though.

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niss63

Sounds like a step toward a real solution. Maybe something like a Coin Card.

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MrEvets

I'm with Graham KeyPass synced to Dropbox no need for anything else!

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sklotz2000

Meh... I'll stick with Vault. I can backup Vault to the cloud and restore it to my other 3 BBRY's.

mICRoMaTe

Really?! My card is good in my magnetic strip wallet. No thanks

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Z30Man

Could be risky.

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DavideaNY

I would no trust any other company a part from BlackBerry to store my credit card information in an electronic device. Bring over BlackBerry wallet from the legacy OS, add the capability to link the credit cards to the NFC antenna and finally connect it to BBM money.. THAT would be a killer application that no other competitors can have!!

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Gees97

Lol safe?

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blackberry008

Guys if you like blackberry wallet or any features that BlackBerry can use or need, ,,,

Please email or call and left them know.

I feel we are going best advocate for the company, , let's use of vocals posted and help the brand.

White Rogers Z10 10.2 Dark Theme

rdaex

Onlycoin.com

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Killington

Current model doesn't support EMV (chip cards) which may be a deal breaker for some (like myself). Next generation might.

Lee Clark

It says it is not available for the Z10

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diann23

Are you crazy, don't trust anything

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blackberryz10w

Man is not available for Z10 on Verizon
BlackBerry forever

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bfunkera

Very strange as I have it on my VZW Z10

Single finger flickin fun from the best Damn virtual keyboard in existence...the BlackBerry Z30 Everybody!

leebaylin

No available for Z10.

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PaulaJava

I tried to get this and it says it's not available for this device. I have a Q10. What's up with that?

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kirkins

It's only available for 10.2 but works on all BB10 devices.

iN10Se

It's great we have choices but I wouldn't trust any other company with my information other than BlackBerry :/ we need BlackBerry wallet for BB10!

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ebrit003

Well at least you didn't show us your credit card numbers - LOL

SimonJamesPT

Why not Europa? Bah!

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kirkins

It's available in Europe but requires 10.2

dahiyavinod

Try Enpass.

It has all the features you requires. Local backup restore via wifi. Dropbox sync. Stores web logins, passwords, credit cards, bank accounts, travel docs, reward program, cloth sizes and many more ( about 70 type of things). And its cross platform and native for bb10 too.

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Winston Loh

Very useful app. It would be great to store reward cards...they can really add bulk...lol...

gblum

I'm confused, this is not on BlackBerry World. Article says it's available for all BlackBerry 10 devices. So many of these articles present apps that aren't available. The reviewers must be long to a special club of new apps & they forget that us regular folks don't have access.

bhumrick

Need a desktop version and ability to sync. Just bring roboform to BlackBerry

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PaulaJava

So does this back up on DropBox?