Personal Assistant by Pageonce

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The Personal Assistant app for the iPhone by Pageonce is a must have. What’s so great about the Personal Assistant app? I’ll tell you. The app has tons of features to make your day easier. The Personal Assistant app allows you to access various different accounts and services that you may have. For Example you can see updates to your flights, bank accounts, credit cards, Netflix,, and more…

The app has an easy to use interface which allows for quick navigation to everything within. Another great feature of this app is that it allows you to do remote deletion of private account data via the Pageonce website if your phone or iPod is stolen. The app includes the following options:

  • Credit Card Control
  • Bank Account Status
  • Investment Portfolio
  • Cell Minute Tracker
  • Frequent Flyer Miles
  • Travel Itineraries
  • Shopping Management
  • Bill Management
  • Netflix Queue
  • Alerts

Manage accounts from accounts such as:

  • Bloomberg, Chase, Citibank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Fidelity, United, Southwest, Comcast, AT&T, Blockbuster, Linkedin, MySpace, Facebook, Amazon, eBay, Skype, and thousands more.

The difference between the paid version and regular is, The paid version has no ads, refresh all accounts in one click, Real time flight information, exclusive personal pin number for added security.

I do recommend the Personal Assistant app if you would like to keep all of your accounts in one easy to use place for quick access. This app is also great if you are concerned with your private data, because it does allow data destruction upon theft of your device. If you are indeed concerned about your data and Pageonce, take a look at their privacy page here.

Personal Assistant Premium

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