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Saturday, 17 May 2014

Private Camera Pro - App Review



Are you concerned that people might snoop through your private photographs and videos?

If you are then, this App will be of interest.

Now for the ACIDS test:

Aesthetics
When you start the App you are guided by a set-up wizard.

The first thing is to choose your desktop type, picking between a keyboard and a gesture-controlled layout.

You then enter your password (numerical, plus a,b,and c), or run your fingers between the points.

Having done this you are invited to enter an email address where you will receive a confirmation message that this is the address to use to enable password alteration.

You then need to ensure that your iCloud settings allow for Documents and Data to be stored for the App 'Private Camera Pro'.

The last thing that remains, in order to ensure your photos are secure, is to import any you want to protect and then delete the originals.

Cost
The App is free and there is an in-App purchase for $3 to enable additional functionality.

Indispensability
Until iOS delivers better security, this is a great way to protect your visual media.

Dependability
The App works as suggested.

Security
This is an App to increase security, rather than be a cause of leaks.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Snoopers beware... your days are numbered.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.


You can get Private Camera Pro here and support for the App here.


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