oneSafe Photos: iPhone App Written Review
When it comes to the security and safety of our personal media, we can never be too careful. Sure, we’ve got locked up folders for clients’ materials, as well as home videos we’d simply rather have kept on the down low. With all of this in mind, there’s no app we’d trust more with our sensitive or personal media than oneSafe Photos by developer Lunabee. The app is the quickest, simplest, and most secure way we’ve seen yet to keep our files on lockdown using nothing but our iPhone. However, don’t just take our word for it! Jump on down below the break to see why we think oneSafe Photos is the only iOS photo vault you should consider.
Concept and Functionality
As stated, oneSafe Photos acts as a password protected and encrypted safe for all of the photos and videos that you would rather keep locked up. Whether this is because of their adult nature, or simply because you’re a private person, the app has you covered. However, the app’s real boon is its simplicity: It takes only a matter of minutes to create either a visual password pattern, or a pin number. Both of these will lockup your materials, and without the correct code, no one will be seeing what you’re hiding. Furthermore, you can even activate a self destruct command that will annihilate your media if too many failed attempts are entered. Want to double password lock your stuff? There’s a section for that. There are also a number of categories for you to create photo walls with, as well as the option to add your own areas, too. And with easy importing of your files from the iPhone’s photo gallery, you can snap a quick photo, and then immediately lock it up within oneSafe Photos for safe keeping. Quick, efficient, secure.
Graphics and Design
In our last review of oneSafe, one of the things we noticed most was the interface. It was solid, but still felt a little rickety around the edges. Today, none of those complaints are here. The graphics are gorgeous, the interface slicker than a Renault, and the functionality spot on. We had no crashes of any kind, and the streamlining the developers have done is fantastic. It literally takes only minutes to create a password, and then load up the app with your initial photo albums. We cannot applaud the simple yet powerful interface enough. Top-notch work, lads!
However, the real kicker in this scenario is the price. oneSafe Photos costs only a dollar in the App Store, which makes it an unbeatable bargain for the privacy concerned photographer. If you’ve been looking for a secure way to create photo albums on your iDevice, there’s no better option than oneSafe Photos. Period.
oneSafe Photos requires iOS 5.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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