By installing one of the apps below you can be sure that whoever will be using your device will not stumble upon your very personal applications.
AppLock - very simple but still very powerful. You can choose which apps you wish to be blocked or whether you would like to block all of your applications. After having installed the app you need to come up with a password and also give your email address in case you forgot that password and wanted to geit it back. Then choose and tick those applications you wish to be blocked. Simple, isn't it?
What's more, you can also block some of the functions like answering or making calls, setting your device or uninstalling applications. Instead of a password you can also choose to have a graphic sign as your lock - it is less safe, however more comfortable. You can also find some extras in the Google Play which will make the appearance of this app more beautiful.
Smart App Protector - this app is fairly similar to the previously mentioned one, however it includes some more useful functions. One of those features is the Observer Mode which records with the front camera the person who typed in the wrong password. What's more, you can also block the device by simply sending a text messege. You can also choose the method of unlocking (password or graphic sign) and choose the appearance of the app.
Visidon Applock - this app is a bit more different then the previous two. It unlocks the device by recognizing our face. It uses the new techonology of face recognition. Firstly, we have to get our face recognized and then set and backup password in case of any problems with this app. You can also add this app to administrative applications which will disable anyone who is trying to delete it.
By Sebastian on Jun 29, 2016
You have a new smartphone with Android or tablet and you have no clue how to properly set it up? Don’t panic, we present the 7 steps that will help you with this. To freely and safely use the Android system you should change a few settings and install a few applications. These 7 steps describe the most important elements of setting up the new device with Android.
It is necessary to transfer all data from the old mobile onto a new one if you want to enjoy the comfort of using your new purchase. Many in-built mechanisms and external apps allow for and facilitate such a migration. We mainly see our smartphone as data storage and only then as a device. And it is not only about files such as images, music and documents. The real identity of the user is reflected in the apps they have downloaded, the looks of their desktop, saved text messages, contacts, e-mail, playlists, etc. They all make a smartphone the most personal electronic gadget.
IP address is a number attached to each device connected to the Internet which enables its identification.
Root is not only a part of a tree but also means the traditional name for the account in the unix system which gives the user the power to fully control the system (it is a sort of administrative account). Android's operating system is based on the Linux core and also has the user named root which has the unlimited access to all files and can perform all of the actions concerning their modifactions.
Is your Android device slow, freezing, not responsive, or you don’t remember the device’s screen lock pattern and password? Would you like to prepare your device for selling and you want to wipe out all personal data in your device? The hard reset is solution to all above issues.