some statistics

November 4th, 2008

sales statistics from keyshaker so far.

Keyshaker 1.2 available on the AppStore now

August 29th, 2008

click here to get or update it:

Keyshaker 1.2 in review

August 22nd, 2008

features in version 1.2:

- fixed a bug that caused unwanted line breaks

- added a notification that lets the user know when the key is created. since there is no need to watch the display anymore its possible to move around the iPhone in an even more random way.

- fixed the loading screen

The update should be on the AppStore in a few days.

Keyshaker 1.1 available on the AppStore now

August 15th, 2008



August 10th, 2008

for feature requests, bug reports or questions you can contact me at: jozef [@]

Keyshaker 1.1 in review

August 10th, 2008

features in version 1.1:

- The user can choose from a combination of capital and lower-case letters, symbols, and numbers, to create a key.
- Minor bugs fixed

if the review takes as long as it took for version 1.0 the update should be in the store by the end of next week.

Keyshaker 1.0 is on the AppStore now!

August 10th, 2008

This is the direct link to Keyshaker:

Keyshaker 1.0 is finished

August 6th, 2008

Keyshaker version 1.0 will be in the iTunes App Store soon.

It‘s hard to generate random numbers with software. Most algorithms you find are weak and predictable. Hardware random number generation on the other hand is expensive and can hardly be used at home.

With the iPhone and Keyshaker there finaly is a cheap and great working alternative. All you have to do is shake, toss, roll or kick the iPhone around and let Keyshaker generate a key for you from these random events. Thanks to the very accurate Accelerometer it is almost impossible to generate a key twice.

The first version of Keyshaker comes with three modes:

  1. -Character Only

  2. -Digits Only

  3. -Character & Digit Mix

Whenever you need a new key for your wireless router, your safe at home or just for a new email account – let Keyshaker do the work for you.

Keyshaker also lets you store your generated keys. All you have to do is select a contact from your address book and the key is stored as a note. This way you can generate keys for multiple persons and of course more than one key for each of them. Another advantage from storing the keys to your addressbook is, that everytime you sync your iPhone with your Mac or PC all your keys are up to date on your other devices. If you use Push-Technology you can consequential use this feature as some kind of copy & paste compensation.