SecurePhoto, free photo locker

SecurePhoto, free photo locker


Very simple and fast encrypt application.
Lock any photos on your Android phone!

How to protect important picture of your phone?
Encrypted your private photos, using entered password. (lock photo)

Encrypt your photos, such as ID cards, accounts, credit card, private photos and you don't want others to see.

Encrypting sensitive photos can reduce the risk of disclosure. (if your phone is lost or stolen)

Encrypting photo is stored in your device's media card.(SD Card)

Encrypted files can not be seen with other photo viewers, and only using SecurePhoto set can be viewed only by entering a password.
Of course, the password file is also possible to restore the original photo file.

* Note: password is not stored in your phone, if you forget your password, decryption is not possible.

* Sometimes you forget the password, you'd want (people) have asked how to restore it. Have set a password to encrypt the photo file itself because it creates an entirely different form of security as, unfortunately, if you do not know your password, there is no way to restore.

* keyword: encrypt, decrypt, private, viewer, locker, photo, image, picture, secret, password

[ phandroid.com review ]
Everyone has something on their phone that they don’t want others to see.
And most of the time, it’s a photo. Bring in SecurePhoto, perhaps one of the best looking photo lockers we’ve seen. While we prefer applications that can lock any application on your phone, some folks need something simple. Lock your private photos up with a password and keep other applications from being able to see it. All of this is free, too, so be sure and grab it if you’re tired of snooping eyes.

Recent changes:
Widget bug fix.
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3.8
User ratings
255
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
310 kb
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About SecurePhoto, free photo locker
Very simple and fast encrypt application.
Lock any photos on your Android phone!

How to protect important picture of your phone?
Encrypted your private photos, using entered password. (lock photo)

Encrypt your photos, such as ID cards, accounts, credit card, private photos and you don't want others to see.

Encrypting sensitive photos can reduce the risk of disclosure. (if your phone is lost or stolen)

Encrypting photo is stored in your device's media card.(SD Card)

Encrypted files can not be seen with other photo viewers, and only using SecurePhoto set can be viewed only by entering a password.
Of course, the password file is also possible to restore the original photo file.

* Note: password is not stored in your phone, if you forget your password, decryption is not possible.

* Sometimes you forget the password, you'd want (people) have asked how to restore it. Have set a password to encrypt the photo file itself because it creates an entirely different form of security as, unfortunately, if you do not know your password, there is no way to restore.

* keyword: encrypt, decrypt, private, viewer, locker, photo, image, picture, secret, password

[ phandroid.com review ]
Everyone has something on their phone that they don’t want others to see.
And most of the time, it’s a photo. Bring in SecurePhoto, perhaps one of the best looking photo lockers we’ve seen. While we prefer applications that can lock any application on your phone, some folks need something simple. Lock your private photos up with a password and keep other applications from being able to see it. All of this is free, too, so be sure and grab it if you’re tired of snooping eyes.

Recent changes:
Widget bug fix.
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
Goodaa
A Google User
Apr 26, 2014
i wanna lock my ablum not just some photo..
A Google User
Mar 9, 2014
For loker Nice ***********:-)
A Google User
Feb 9, 2014
BAD BAD BAD Its shiet . I cant open all my photos -.- feeling pretty annoyed
A Google User
Feb 7, 2014
Good experience Out standing