Passtouch® Now Free For All, With New iPad® Tabbed Browsing Update

New Paid Version Of Browser Is Now Free, Brings Tabbed Browsing, and Quick, Gesture-Based Access To Multiple Password Protected Sites With No Banner Ads

Surf City, NC July 9, 2012

The newest update to the Passtouch multi-user Web Browser features tabbed browsing, making it possible to sign into and browse multiple password protected websites by simply drawing a quick Passtouch.

For a limited time, the $1.99 ad-free version of the Browser will be offered for free. According to Jason Boger, founder of Passtouch, "The addition of tabs really takes the one tap sign-in feature to the next level. For the first time ever, you can sign into five different password protected sites in only a matter of seconds."

But, why give it away? "Before the Passtouch Browser, I rarely used my iPad for sites that required passwords because typing them is such a pain." says Jason. "Now, I'm reaching for the iPad over my MacBook, because the password protected sites I access the most are just a touch away. There are so many people who will benefit greatly from this feature, and we don't want price to get in the way."

With tabs, Passtouch makes it easier than ever to quickly sign into all of your favorite sites. And now that it is free, the developers hope to get more feedback on ways to improve the Passtouch gesture experience. "Our ultimate goal is to rid the world of Passwords. The Passtouch Browser is an important step in that direction."

About Passtouch

Based in Surf City, North Carolina, Passtouch┬« is a privately-owned technology developed in 2011. The core technology is a touch driven, visual authentication system, built on a specialized UI design framework. In May 2011, Passtouch was invited to make a stage presentation at the Privacy & Identity Innovation Conference in Silicon Valley (pii2011) where Passtouch won an Audience Choice Award for new innovation. To learn more about Passtouch, visit or follow us on Twitter at @passtouch. U.S. and foreign patents pending. Passtouch is a registered trademark of Passtouch, LLC. Apple® and MacBook  are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc.