May 30, 2013 in Productivity
[prMac.com] Flushing, New York - DigitCont has introduced Private Notes 1.0 free for iOS, their new app that hides private photos inside a simple note taking app. Unlike apps designed for password-protected photo storage, Private Notes provides no hint that it can be used for anything but note taking. Users can safely share their iDevice with others, confident that the existence of any private photos will never be discovered. Only by entering the password in the app's search bar and then shaking the device can the private photo album be viewed.
With billions of people worldwide carrying hundreds or thousands of photos on their mobile devices, photo security has become a practical concern for many. Most users have at least a few photos on their iDevice that they would like to prevent others from viewing without permission. Password protection is unreliable, because users regularly share passwords with others when they share their mobile device. Passwords are also easy to find, frequently stored on the mobile device, a computer, or written down. The most effective solution to the problem of photo security is having no password-protected photo storage app that others are tempted to access.
Private Notes is the solution. With a simple screen icon displaying an ordinary notepad, Private Notes is a fully functional note-taking app. The user and others can use the app to dictate notes or manually type text. Notes are saved normally, and it is impossible to discover the app's true function. There are no prompts, reminders, directions, info, or settings. Only the user knows that entering his or her secret password and then shaking the device opens the app's internal, private photo album.
* Notepad outside and private photos inside
* Notepad is fully functional
* You can really use it to take notes!
* Private photos are revealed by entering password and shaking the mobile device
* Private album is stored within the app
* Other people cannot download your photos even by connecting to iTunes
* Intuitive interface just like Photo App
* Direct copy from public album to private album
* Low profile screen icon avoids calling attention to the app
* Optional full version removes ad support and adds unlimited photo library
"You can copy photos from your public album to your Private Notes' private album directly," stated Kit Yu Choy on behalf of DigitCont. "Photos inside your private album cannot be synced to your computer, and this ensures that these photos will remain only on your mobile device. When you delete the Private Notes app, your private album is also deleted."
* iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5, iPod touch (3rd/4th/5th generation), and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 3.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Private Notes (Lite Version) 1.0 is free (ad-supported) and available worldwide in the iTunes App Store in the Productivity category. Private Notes 1.0 (Full Version) is $2.99 (USD) and is available through an in-app purchase or directly from the App Store. The app is also available for Android and Kindle.
Based in New Jersey, DigitCont was formed in 2012 by a group of young and energetic professionals who come from different backgrounds, including business administration, computer engineering, finance, and mobile game design. They share the same belief that mobile devices are the best platform to deliver digital contents and connect people via social networks. Copyright (C) 2013 DigitCont. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.