In my daily quest for free, recommended Android or iOS apps, I found AppLock Pro. With this Android app, which is currently available for free instead of €1.99, you can prevent prying eyes from accessing your app. Discover this handy app to improve privacy on your Android smartphone.
- AppLock PRO app is temporarily free instead of 1.99 euros.
- The app has received a rating of 4.6 stars out of over 2000 reviews.
- It has no ads or in-app purchases.
If I had discovered AppLock PRO a few years back, I could have avoided ruining my sister’s surprise birthday party. She accidentally came across a video showing the preparations in my gallery. with this application You block access to apps installed on a smartphone by using a fingerprint, password, or blocking pattern.
You can use AppLock PRO to lock any of your applications like WhatsAppFacebook, your SMS or your photo gallery.
Why is this free app worth it?
Data security is becoming more and more important these days and apart from protecting your data from the dangers of the internet, it also makes sense to protect yourself from the people around you. With AppLock PRO you can prevent unwanted people from accessing your application without your consent.
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The application provides a simple and user friendly interface. You can block an unlimited number of applications, whether they are social networks, email services, contacts, settings or anything else.
AppLock PRO also includes exclusive features like the ability to hide the unlock plan for added security. There’s also “Intruder Selfie” for taking photos of intruders, Privacy Guard, which locks access to the Gallery and Camera apps, and Pin Lock, which randomizes numbers on the keyboard.
In addition, the app allows you to customize the theme by choosing your favorite color or picture for the lock screen, as well as changing the app lock icon. You can also replace the application icon with a calculator icon to fool snoopers.
Does this free app protect your personal information?
In the Google Play Store, the developer “Apps360 Team” does not provide any information about how the application collects, shares and processes your data. The app was last updated in February 2022.
Checking on the Exodus privacy platform reveals that the app has 2 trackers and requires 14 permissions. This may sound like a lot, but there is nothing suspicious about it and the necessary permissions are appropriate for the purpose of the application. Finally, note that the app does not contain any ads or in-app purchases.
What do you think of today’s free apps? Do you have AppLock PRO installed on your smartphone?
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