Are you too much concerned about privacy on your iOS Device? Though Apple allow you to password protect your iDevice using Passcode but that locks the whole device. What if someone wants to password protect individual apps or folders like photos or any apps? Well, the solutions for this is now available.
Earlier this month we have covered about a Lockdown Pro iOS 7 cydia tweak which allowed users to protect folders on iPhone or iPad in iOS 7 but that was paid tweak. Similarly we covered another tweak called Applocker for iOS 7 which allow users to lock individual apps with Touch ID. But the problem was that the first one was paid and second one was only for iPhone 5S. Today we found a free cydia tweak called iAppLock for iOS 7 which allow iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users to password protect apps in iOS 7 for free. Cool, isn’t it?
Free Cydia Tweak to Password Protect Apps in iOS 7
iAppLock is a must have free cydia tweak for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch which allow you to lock your photos, videos, facebook app or any other app which you don’t want others to access on your iDevice.
The tweak is very easy to use. Once installed, all you need is to set a passcode and then add the apps and folders to this tweak which you want to lock. Now whenever any person click on the locked app, he will be asked to enter the passcode.
iAppLock comes with a very clean flat UI which totally matches iOS 7. iAppLock is available for free in Cydia under BigBoss repo.