A Personal Android App For The Agile Lifestyle


Our lives are moving faster than ever before. Who isn’t rushing around every day, desperately holding onto the one tool that unlocks everything about your life?  If you’re like me, your smartphone feels like an extension of your arm.

Our smartphones are as vital to our daily lives as a strong cup of coffee or a warm bed at night. Without them, we get nervous. How could we be disconnected from our text messages, Twitter, our games, our loved ones, our contacts, or our calendars for any length of time?!

We feel the same way about personal data. That’s why we’re making sure that your information is always at your fingertips with the launch of our Android app.

Personal on Android infographic

You’ve always been able to access your Personal data vault through the mobile web at personal.com, but now Android users can download our app in the Android Market and have secure, instant access to the most important details of your life.

With our app, you can enter info when you’re out on the town (like the fantastic wine that you’re enjoying with dinner) or always have access to the details you already saved in your vault, like your numerous passwords and logins.  And, you can share these gems back and forth with whomever you choose.

No more anxiety over finding the data you need, when you need it most. Our app provides a sense of confidence and what I call: “tech swagger.”  You now have the ability to securely and easily organize, search and control access to your digital information and online identity.

Make your life Personal.

5 Responses to A Personal Android App For The Agile Lifestyle

  1. John D. says:

    What are the options (even if inferior) for sharing a gem with someone who does not have a personal.com account? Can I email the contents? Make them show on a web page? Provide a link?

    • Karen says:

      Hi John – You can grant a gem via email and the recipient will see your info displayed in the body of the message. Because sharing info through email is less secure than granting access to it in Personal, we don’t recommend using email for Gems that contain sensitive information. Hope this helps! – Karen

  2. Andrew says:

    I was told that an app for the iPhone would arrive to the app store in January. I’m curious as to when it might be possible for a release? Thanks!

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