Hide My Photos - Photo Vault 1.1

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Hide My Photos - Photo Vault 1.1

Hide My Photos is like a wall safe for the private photos and videos you have stored on your iOS device. It disguises itself as a normal iOS folder, it's password-protected, and it'll snap photos of anyone trying to pry inside, tag a location to the incident and keep it on file for when you return. What you consider to be your private info worthy of such security is up to you, but whatever it is, Hide My Photos will keep it locked up....


   
 
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