Keep Track of Online Signups with Signup Record Tracker
By on May 23rd, 2008

Have you ever been in a situation where you have forgotten which all websites you have signed up for? With me this has been a case for a long long time. I keep signing up for new web2.0 services and at other interesting forums and tend to forget what username and passwords I had used to signup for a particular site.

You can of course keep track of them by saving the passwords with the inbuilt tool browsers provide you with, but not all websites allow your browser to store your passwords.

The most simple solution in such cases is to store the information about the websites, username, passwords in a database format so that you can easily view and retrieve them whenever you want.

Signup Record Tracker is one such software which will allow you to store the information you used to signup for a website and view them whenever you want. The application also helps you launch the website from within the application itself.

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As you can see from the screenshot, the application is really bare bones and is just created to do what it says, store your signup information for different sites and make it easily available to you.

So if you are one who tends to signup for tons of sites and services, this is one handy utility you should definitely have. Oh and did I mention that this one is absolutely free too.

Download: Signup Record Tracker

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