App of the Week: Mustbin

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Via smartphone camera, users can snap photos of important items and place it into a "bin" for safe storage.

Mustbin enables users to capture info and data, and then securely store, organize, and share it.
Mustbin enables users to capture info and data, and then securely store, organize, and share it.

Mustbin is a must have for privacy-minded marketers. The iOS7 app enables users to capture information and data, and then securely store, organize, and share it with contacts on Mustbin's private social network. Users are also able to like and comment on their contacts' bin contents.

Via their smartphone camera, users can take photos of important items and information—such as receipts, credit cards, business cards, contracts, etc.—and place it into a “bin” for safe storage. Custom or prebuilt bins are available; and each bin offers guides that walk the user through specific information to capture.

Since Mustbin stores highly sensitive information, it takes its security seriously. Not only has a third-party security analysis business verified the system, but the app also boasts security technology that offers bin-level encryption, AES-256 encryption on each file, and end-to-end encryption during cloud sync. Furthermore, the encryption keys are owned by each user, so nobody—not even Mustbin employees—can see any of the data without a user's consent.

Indeed, users can feel free to put their trust in Mustbin:

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