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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by JoCo1289, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. JoCo1289

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    Hey guys I'm new to the forums and will be getting the Htc Eris very soon, I'm coming from a lame voyager. Anyways I have a jailbroken iPod touch with the program lockdown that let's me set passwords for certain apps so you have to input it before you can use the app. I like to use this for my contacts and notes is there an app on the android market that'll let me lock my apps so everyone that wants to go through my phone won't see my notes or other private stuff? Thanks for any info :)
     

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    I haven't seen/heard of an app that'll do this. Some apps, though, do have features where you can set passwords to whatever the app may be used for. For example, the app Note Everything Pro allows you to put a password on any and all notes you want. I also know of another app (can't remember the name) that lets you place certain pictures under password protection.

    If you come across an app that can set passwords for every other app, then please let me know.
     
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    I think I've scoured the Market looking for various security apps, including an app like you suggested, but I haven't found it.

    EDIT:
    I just found an app called B-Folders, that can secure your contacts, folders, notes, credit cards, log-in passwords, and bookmarks that you want to keep private. You need to set a master password for the app when you first install it.
     
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    sweet thanks for the info dude I appreciate it
     

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