App Giveaway: Safety Photo+Video for iPhone and iPad
Safety Photo+Video is an iPhone and iPad app that lets you protect your photos and videos from prying eyes. It's equipped with a dot pattern lock system for extra security, and in addition to being able to lock the entire app, you can lock individual albums.
You can now keep your most private photos and videos away form unauthorized access. Introducing the Safety Photo+Video. Used the most advanced security system to protect your photos and videos. You can then browse, organize, share, and manage your photos and videos right on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
- Dot pattern lock style for higher security. (New)
- Universality : This app is developed for both iPhone and iPad, you need to purchase only once. (New)
- Photo Geotag and EXIF data viewing. (New)
- Support Video. (New)
- Passcode lock for individual album. (New)
- Passcode locking style. (combination, keypad lock)
- Selectable stylish theme, yet easy to use interface.
- Take private photos and videos from within the app.
- Extremely simple to import photos and videos from photo library.
- Export photos to your iPhone/iPod Touch.
- Create albums for your photos.
- Passcode protect individual album.
- Supports move, copy & paste.
- Full Retina display support.
- Upload/download from PC to iPhone via web browser/iTunes file sharing.
- Share photos and videos within 2 iOS devices with Safety Photo+Video installed via Bluetooth/Wi-Fi.
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Safety Photo+Video is available on the iPhone and iPad for $0.99.
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