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Briefly: iBattz launches new battery case, SecureWords app released
Friday, August 23, 2013 @ 2:12pm

iBattz has announced the immediate availability of its latest removable battery case, the Mojo Refuel. The case provides additional battery life to the user's phone with its two interchangeable 2200mAh batteries. The case is intended for reducing one's need to recharge, and can provide enough power to last through a long work day or a power outage. Currently available in matte black, the Mojo Refuel is available online for $90.



Password protected word processor app launched A new secure word processor application has been released in the App Store today, offering 256 bit encryption. Securewords automatically encrypts and decrypts text documents, allowing users to store document files in cloud storage formats without concern of security breach. Files created with the word processor are compatible with RTF, OpenOffice, and Word documents. Securewords is priced at $12, and is compatible with OS X 10.6.8 or later.

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