August 5, 2010

Vic Mahfood


COST: Free
CATEGORIES: Lifestyle, Native, Productivity, Safe, Tools
..UPDATED: 2/10/10, VERSION: 1.2 -- RATING: 4 Stars..

Developer Snapshot: "Protect your notes and pictures with SecretNote."

I'm sure many of you have very sensitive information that you may want to keep hidden on your phone. The trouble is, there's no way right now to lock the native notepad and photo library functions. I really think Apple should remedy this problem soon. In the meantime, you can protect all your sensitive data with SecretNote. Whenever you write notes or save pictures, they will be password-protected.

When I opened SecretNote, it requested a password which it then confirmed to be sure it was accurate. Then I had the option of choosing notes or pictures using the buttons at the bottom of the screen. When I tapped Notes, a clone of the iPhone native notepad appeared. I wrote what I needed and saved it. Then I imported a picture from my photo album and saved that. You are given the option to email your notes and pictures. However, once you do that, they are no longer private when displayed on the recipient's computer. This app is very simple to use and works well. SecretNote keeps all your images and notes safe and sound so you don't have to worry about others peeking into your private affairs when they play with your device.

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires iOS 3.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Languages: English
--Developer Link: FidelisFactory
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--Facebook Link: N/A

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