You may have a passcode as well as Touch ID on your iPhone or iPad (or Face ID on the iPhone X), but you’re still concerned that the wrong people could gain access to your photos, videos, contacts, and other personal information.
What can you do? You can turn to Apple’s App Store, where you’ll find a host of apps that can lock access to certain private data. Such apps can shield your photos, videos, and other sensitive files with a password, PIN, or another security measure.
10 Cool Virtual Reality Apps for Your iPhone
Frankly, many iOS VR apps don't have that 'wow' factor; these are the exceptions.
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The Best Translation Apps for iPhone
If you are in another country and don’t speak the language, you can turn to your iPhone for help. Download an app and your device can serve as your universal translator.
TorGuard VPN (for iPhone) Review & Rating Your first line of defense against online data snooping, even on an iPhone, should be a virtual private network, or VPN. The TorGuard service is first rate, offering numerous servers […]
The Best VPN Apps for the iPhone Why You Need an iPhone VPN
Gentle iPhone user, do you feel a bit smug each time you read about ransomware, spyware, or other malware hitting Android devices? Well, a little humility […]
PureVPN (for iPhone) Review & Rating There's an expectation of security when you're using an iPhone. Malware coders focus on the low-hanging fruit, Windows and Android. In addition, iOS has a focus on security from the ground […]
The Best iPhone XR Cases
With iPhone XR, you won't get the wide-angle and telephoto cameras found on the XS, but you will have a 6.1-inch liquid Retina display that will need protecting.
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