The only thing to hide in 2020 is your private video collection.
Human beings have always been accustomed to keeping memories. In fact, we love keeping memories so much that history has seemingly grown tired of recording our inventions. Ancient Egyptians have built stone-etched pyramids, Renaissance Italians have achieved mastery in the arts, and Industrialists/modern scientists have invented the mobile phones we know and love today. But why exactly are we obsessed with memories?
Science has proven that human beings long for fond memories because they release two important chemicals in the brain: the lovely twins dopamine and serotonin. These same chemicals are what we produce when we fall in love, or if we're addicted to something. You can call it a tickle in the brain.
As members of modern society, however, taking videos on our Android phones now have serious repercussions if we're reckless. Why don't we take a closer look at the extent of the Android OS´ capabilities?
Android´s Privacy Features: Is It a Yay or Nay?
On the surface, the Android OS looks like it knows what it's doing.
Privacy-wise, the level of security depends on what type of Android device you are using. However, any Android phone should include basic features to hide your personal videos, most notably the Private Mode option. You can create a secure folder on most Samsung and LG devices using Private Mode to hide videos and photos.
What Android does not tell you, however, is that some third-party apps may still be able to access and potentially read through your private files if they wish to. Android has a collection of fishy third-party apps, so Private Mode doesn't sound too private if you think about it.
Here´s a legit privacy option for you.
Keepsafe, take the wheel.
The Keepsafe Photo Vault is a secure, third-party app that lets you hide any personal videos on your Android phone. All these confidential flicks are synced into a user-friendly platform with unique pin codes and fingerprint/Touch ID capabilities.
Here is how to hide videos on your Android with KeepSafe:
-Download the Keepsafe Photo Vault app from the Google Play Store. -Create an account and an initial pin code to unlock your vault. -Start syncing your Android videos in a matter of seconds. -Create separate folders to keep yourself organized or if you want to share specific videos with other people in the future. -Delete your videos from your Android´s main photo album.
*And that's it! *
If keeping your videos in a vault is not enough for you, Keepsafe has multiple options to beef up your security even further! From decoy pin codes and break-in alerts, to disguised calculator and virus scanner apps, Keepsafe simply lets you have your peace of mind.
Keepsafe is here for you to jumpstart your journey towards absolute digital privacy.