A guide to safekeeping memories of our sexiest selves.
Human consciousness dictates and constantly craves for the exploration of sexuality and sexual desires, and as such people today like to take a few snaps of their bare selves at their aesthetic peak. What’s better than feeling good about yourself and looking like a natural sex symbol?
While this is a fun way to express oneself in today’s technology-driven era, there is the possibility that a person’s private snaps may be exposed to strangers. You may let a person go through your iPhone for a while, and the next thing you know your land-down-under is all over the Internet.
Instead of going through the trouble of redeeming your reputation, why not take preventive measures and avoid the worst?
A Brief Look at the iPhone’s Security Features: Are They Enough?
There is no doubt that a huge chunk of our personal information is dependent on our iPhones. While Apple has imposed some safety measures to keep our privacy safe at all times, it sometimes ends up lacking in certain aspects. Shall we take a closer look?
In recent years, Apple has developed built-in password managers to keep valuable information intact. These are huge plus points for data safety, since any attempt to obtain data is blocked by a security wall.
For photos, however, the iPhone only has a hide photos feature. As the name suggests, this transports photos from our main camera roll to a separate album, making it appear “hidden” to the naked eye... Well, not really 100% hidden. If a stranger already knows about this feature, they can still finesse you by simply going through the hidden album.
It is not password protected, so your nudes are still up for the taking.
#So Should You Just Delete Your Nudes, Or Is There Another Way?
In an ideal world, everyone would be able to store their private photos or send them to their partners without any problems whatsoever. This is obviously not the case with the hyenas that roam around the Internet… and as you read through the article, so far there seems to be no hope of ever keeping your private photos to yourself.
Lucky for us, we have the Keepsafe Photo Vault available on the App Store. Keepsafe allows us to store as many private photos as we want and never worry of having them end up in the wrong hands. Simply download it and create a pin, then start storing your files!
Taking Security Up a Notch with Keepsafe: Locking Specific Albums
Keepsafe doesn't just simply hide photos, it also allows you to create a pin code for each photo album. This ensures multiple levels of security so that no one can just access your photos even after infiltrating your first line of defense.
Here is how to lock your private photo albums in Keepsafe: Find the album or folder you would like to lock. Tap the three blue dots at the bottom right corner of the album. Tap Album Lock. Select Lock This Album. Enter a specific password for this album.
You’re all set! After creating the new password for each album, you’ll notice that everytime you try to open them they will always require a distinct security code.
One important reminder : Once you have successfully added your private photo albums in Keepsafe, don’t forget to go back and delete those photos from your camera roll.
That's one simple app to hide photo albums on your iPhone and the peace of mind, knowing that your personal photos are secure.
Ready to have a truly private iPhone photo library for your eyes only? Head over to the app store and download the Keepsafe Photo Vault today .