Worse, the iPhone has plenty of storage for photos and videos you’d rather not allow anyone else in the family or office to see. What can you do to protect yourself yet keep those photos and videos safely stored away?
Lock Up Secret Photos And Videos
Today’s iPhone can be used for many purposes probably not envisioned by Steve Jobs. An iPhone makes it easy to take secret snapshots or videos, or to store what could be incriminating.
Ask Mitt Romney about the 47% and hidden smartphone cameras at private fund raising events.
You get the idea. What iPhone users need is a way to securely store photos and videos that need to be private (whether incriminating or not).
The iOS app that does that is called Secret Photo & Video. What it does is simple, straightforward, easy to manage, and just what you need for more privacy and security.
Photos and videos you want secured and out of site are stored in Secret Photo and Video.
The app can import photos from the iPhone Photo Library with two taps. Use it to import photos and videos via Wi-Fi.
Organize your secret photos and videos using albums, and specify album covers to help hide the contents.
Photos and videos can be password protected with ease. Photos and videos can be moved from one album to another, sorted, and organized, or even exported back to a public album viewable by anyone with access to the iPhone.
Of course, you can email photos and videos from within an album, create and play a slideshow of select photos, including effects.
The app even alerts you with an icon badge for the number of break in attempts should someone else have prying eyes and fingers and wonder what you’re keeping private.
And all of this security is available in a free app for your iPhone (and it works on the iPad).