Ever found yourself in a situation where you needed to show proof of identity and you didn't have anything with you? Solve your identity mishaps once and for all with AppLabs Digital Studios' first identification card management tool—IDBuddy.
IDBuddy serves as your instant ID holder, back-up, reminder, and best bud—all in one. It acts as your handy 24/7 ID manager where you can save and manage all your IDs and bring them anywhere and anytime.
Enjoy having your IDs with you, without the stress and added weight or bulk in your wallet.
• Virtual wallet for all your IDs – IDBuddy helps in storing and managing all your identity cards. Keeping track and having a back-up of your records and maintaining your security can be easily done as the app allows you to classify all your government, private, membership, and school identification cards in their respective tabs. IDBuddy Lite is a free version that lets you save up to 5 IDs while the full version lets you save an unlimited number of identification cards.
o Add the front and optional back images of your IDs either by using your device's camera or pulling a photo from your camera roll.
o Include the ID number, ID name and expiration date of each card.
o Save each card to a category: Government, Private, Membership or School.
• Instant notification – You will no longer need to remember the validity of your IDs with IDBuddy's alarm feature. IDBuddy will remember the expiration dates, and will even alert you when you need to renew your cards.
• ID manager personalization – Dress up your virtual ID holder depending on your preference.
o Change the default black skin color to white or gold to match your taste and personality.
o Arrange IDs on the main screen either by “last taken” or “expiry date” in ascending order.
o Wipe button allows you to delete all IDs.
• Search feature – Easily find the card by typing in the ID name or the ID number.
• Sharing option – IDBuddy allows you to conveniently send a copy of your identity cards to necessary recipients via electronic mail.
Last updated 6 Aug 2015