All four Android nations lived together in harmony.... But everything changed when the Hacker Nation attacked.
2019 data from Rescuetime stated that, on average, people spend 3 hours and 15 minutes on their phones everyday. That’s a lot of time scrolling through social media, playing games, and taking photos. Whatever the case may be, it’s best to keep personal data safe from hackers or intruders who constantly borrow your phone — whether they’re bank details, passwords, or photos for your eyes only.
As an Android user, there are pre-installed features which serve as a first line of defense for photos you want to keep away from your gallery or passwords you need managed. For more recent Samsung models, you can do so by going to “Settings” and clicking on the “Biometrics and Security” option. This will prompt a login, then configure a “secure” folder where you can store personal photos and videos. Simply access “Gallery” and move them to the “Secure Folder”, and voila! You can also tinker with its accessibility by choosing how it’ll be accessed or secured.
However, if your phone doesn’t have a built-in security option for photos or you’re simply just not willing to risk any breach, it’s best to download an app which has proven to be a safe and reliable option — the Keepsafe Photo Vault, with over 75 million users worldwide.
Download the Keepsafe Photo Vault. Like now.
The Keepsafe Photo Vault generally serves as an Android user´s safe haven for photos. Think of it as a Harry Potter-esque invisibility cloak. but for your private files.
Downloading the app from the Google Play Store immediately allows you to sync your private data and enable encrypted pin codes, fingerprints, and touch ID features. Simply create an account and a master pin to lock your vault, then connect and transfer your files!
From there, you can already create individual folders for your photos and encrypt them with separate passcodes. You wouldn't want to keep your confidential ID cards and your steamy pics in one album, after all.
Utilize the Photo Vault´s Safe Send Feature.
Say, you want to share some of your private photos to other people. Why share them through unprotected apps when you can use your Keepsafe?
Yes, the Safe Send feature lets you have the ability to share photos to other Keepsafe users. Your shared photos disappear after a specified period of time, if that's your cup of tea!
Create a Decoy Vault.
Yes, we know creating a decoy vault sounds like you´re just being extra paranoid.
But if you know someone who already knows about your secret vault and wants to finesse into accessing your confidential data, then a decoy vault sounds like a legit countermeasure. Utilizing the Decoy Vault feature literally lets you set up a secondary pin code that directs any user to a decoy photo vault.
Oh, who´s finessing who now?
Utilize Break-In Alerts.
What if we told you, we can sort of tell who's trying to hack into your Keepsafe photo vault?
Keepsafe´s Break-In Alert comes in very handy every now and then, since the app automatically takes a screenshot of every failed login attempt and informs the user through its accredited Android device. These screenshots may serve as hard evidence to locate the worst of the worst, from your sneakiest stalkers to professional identity thieves.
Keepsafe has helped over 75 million people maximize their digital privacy and keep their personal lives as they’re intended to be. The question is, are you ready to take the next step?
Click here to download Keepsafe!