Keep those racy photos and videos private with Vault for Android Video
Keep those racy photos and videos private with Vault for Android Video Transcript
If folks welcome to tap that app -- -- -- -- -- and this is the show where we feature the hottest apps. On planet. Today we are checking out a need privacy app called -- -- vault essentially creates a encrypted. Password protected space on your phone. In it you can store photos. Videos text messages. Even parts of your call log it's perfect for someone who might have a little older than want to put away. Here's how it works once you download vault and set up your password. You can go through and start marking photos videos. Text messages and parts of your call log that you want to keep private. And if you like you can even add specific people to a private contacts list. Doing this automatically hides all past and future messages between you and that person. And from the private contacts list you can determine an incoming call action. You can automatically answered the phone muted or auto reply with a message if you. One of the coolest features a vault is the stealth mode. Which is only available to premium users. Stealth mode hides the vault app so that no one can see that it even exists on your phone. The only way to accessible from there. It's actually place a phone call to your -- password. Lastly there's the break and monitor another premium feature. If someone gets -- and tries to get in -- vault using an incorrect password vault will actually take a picture of that person and notified. If you have stuff on your phone that you need to keep private or -- carrying on some super secret correspondence. With someone that you don't want anyone to know about. I suggest you try adults it's available for free on Google planet but if you want the premium features like the -- and monitor and the stealth mode. Can you gotta -- a dollar 99 of that's it for this week if you have an app that you wanted to -- color me on the Twitter page for watching. And.
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