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Tuesday
Sep112012

Synaptic Wave's Photo Guard keeps pictures in iOS devices private, now for free

Synaptic Wave's Photo Guard keeps photos private and hidden from prying yes, the app is free for a limited time. The major benefits of Photo Guard include pattern lock, break-in attempts logging and batch photo import. But the Rapid shot mode is the killer feature which no other app has. So Photo Guard will turn iPhone into a secure point-and-shoot camera. In addition, you will get a powerful tool to manage your photo library.

Once you start using Photo Guard, your pictures are absolutely safe. They are stored within a secure vault and they cannot be accessed neither through the Camera Roll nor through other app. Opening the pattern lock is the only way to get to the photos. For your information, the number of pattern combinations on a 3x3 grid exceeds 10000. Thus, it is literally impossible to guess the pattern.

Facile management:

Photo Guard is not the safe vault only. It's also the best tool for picture management. You could create unlimited albums to store any amount of photos. One photo can be copied into several albums. Besides, importing numerous photos into a single album is a breeze. All you have to do is tick off any pictures you want and import them in bulk.

Rapid shot mode:

Photo Guard doesn't focus on protecting existing pictures only. The app makes it easy to take new protected pictures. Neither you will have to import photos from the Camera Roll all the time nor you will have to take one picture at a time. When you use Photo Guard making several protected images is fast and easy.

The other Photo Guard and features are:

* Instant sharing

* Intruders photo shooting on unsuccessful logins

* Multiple Viewer options

Device Requirements:

* Compatible with iPhone

* Requires iOS 4.0 or later

* 3.8 MB

 

Pricing and Availability:

Photo Guard 1.1.1 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Further information and developer comments are available.

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