Do you have family photos or videos on your phone that you’d rather not share with just anyone who happens to pick up your phone?
Do you hate it when you let someone borrow your phone and they decide to take a peek at your photos before handing it back to you?
Or perhaps you worry about your phone getting lost or stolen, resulting in a total stranger gaining access to your personal images?
If so, there’s a great free Android app called Vaulty will let you put some or all of your photos and videos into a password-protected “vault”.
That way you can loan your phone to a friend (or even a stranger) without having to worry about them snooping around and seeing your private family snapshots and videos.
And here’s another nifty security feature: If someone picks up your phone without your permission and starts snooping around, Vaulty will snap a “mugshot” of the offender using the phone’s camera if they happen to discover the Vaulty app and try to guess the password.
As you surely know, the world is fairly well populated with snoops and there are far too many people out there who would love to use your private family photos and videos for illicit purposes.
This awesome app will protect the photos and videos you want to keep private from prying eyes.
Pretty neat, huh?
Vaulty is available for free in the Google Play Store.
Note: Vaulty offers “in-app purchases” (which you don’t have to purchase in order to use the app).
And by the way, you iPhone users don’t need to feel left out. There’s a fantastic photo protection app for you as well.
It’s called Secret Photo Vault and it works like a charm!
Like Vaulty, Secret Photo Vault will protect the photos and videos on your iOS device from prying eyes.
If you don’t mind a few ads, you can use it for free! Check it out!
Bottom line: You don’t have to worry about protecting your precious private photos and videos from snoops and crooks.
Simply install the appropriate app mentioned above on your phone or tablet and you’ll be able to hide them and protect them with a password!
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