Overview: You do not want other people to have access to and read by your private data such as emails, messages, photos, and videos … on your phone? Is it too difficult for you to find any solution? So do not worry too much.
Lockdown Pro is the BEST app lock, supporting more than 30 languages.
★ Lockdown Pro can lock any app, such as SMS, Gmail, Facebook, Whatsapp, SnapChat, Instagram, Viber, Line, Evernote, lock install/uninstall, etc.
★ Lockdown Pro can hide pictures, videos (support .gif image).
- Easy to use, beautiful UI with Material design, ripple animation.
- Three password modes: Pattern Lock, Classic Lock & Calculator Lock.
- Private Gallery: Hide pictures, videos (support .gif image).
- Smart lock: Auto lock/unlock with smartwatch, car or use address wifi, location.
- Observer: Send an email with some info and pictures of the person who wants to access your phone.
- Fake cover: This feature will fake a crash dialogue cover when you open an app that has been locked.
- Lock screen: This feature will replace your default lock screen.
- Backup & restore registered apps to Google drive or sd card.
- Random keyboard password.
- Time pin password (Ex: If the time is 13:12, your PIN will be 1312).
- Themes store (so many beautiful themes with Material design for your choice).
- Screen timeout: The screen will never turn off when running a registered app.
- Auto-Rotate: The screen of your device will not auto-rotate when running a registered app.
What is App Lock?
An applock is a security feature that sits above your other apps. It prevents access to your apps without a password. For instance, if you have an applock on Facebook, people can’t get into your Facebook app without the password. It works a lot like a lock screen on your phone. People can’t enter your phone without the proper password. An app lock does that, except for individual apps.
There is a bit of confusion around the subject. That’s mostly because every operating system is a little different. Most desktop operating systems don’t have one installed by default. Likewise, most mobile operating systems don’t either. iOS is the only exception to the rule. You can set up restricted access to apps through the General Settings. It’s not something that generally comes with whatever operating system you’re using. Most operating systems require you to download a third-party app to get this functionality.
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