First, it’s a password generator which resides in the Mac’s Menubar. That’s a handy way to create new and customized passwords, but it’s also something that the average Mac user won’t be using multiple times every day.
So, what else you got, Nice Generator?
It’s also a phrase generator. Not only can you setup passwords with specific upper and lowercase letters and digits, another option lets you generate an alphabet name with symbols, which makes remembering secure passwords a bit easier.
Nice Generator is simple to setup and use, and even comes with a Notification Center widget extension so you’re just a click away from getting a new password or a phrase you can remember.
By now you’re probably drooling over the ability to create such delightfully easy to use passwords or phrases, right?
If so, and if you’re also an iPhone or iPad user, Nice Generator has another way to part you from your money with a mobile version which does much the same thing, the same way, but on a smaller screen.
Take a look.
Password and phrase generators are not all created equal, but there are plenty from which to choose, OS X or iOS, and many are free, though a few cost a couple of bucks. Nice Generator works well, Mac or iPhone, but I would like to see a speakable or pronounceable password option built in.