Marcato Creates Site-Specific, Secure Browsers On iPhone

Marcato Creates Site-Specific, Secure Browsers On iPhone
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iPhone: It’s tough to keep mobile browsing private and secure, but one way to do it is to isolate some of your browsing away from everything else. Marcato is a browser that allows you to do that, essentially creating a bunch of private browsing windows that you can access quickly.

Marcato is made for privacy and security conscious people who want to keep some of their browsing secluded away. So, it’s great for things like logging into Facebook, email or your bank. Essentially, with Marcato, you create a new browsing session for one specific website, and each of those browsing sessions are secluded from one another.

It’s actually a pretty clever way to keep browsing private without sacrificing too much in the way of usability. Marcato also works with both 1Password and Lastpass, so you also don’t have to worry about remembering passwords.

Marcato ($6.49) [iTunes App Store via Brett Terpestra]