Millions of people use iPhones, iPads, and other devices on a daily basis. Protecting your privacy in this day and age is not easy. We already know that the government is snooping on us. The last thing you want to do is share too much information with others or give unknown apps permission to access your information. Here are 6 iPhone privacy apps you can use to keep your data protected:
SpyMeSat: this app tells you when you are within range of an imaging satellite that could be taking your picture.
Password Manager HD: manages your passwords and lets you log into websites with a single tap. Use it to store bank account and other sensitive data.
VPN Fire: using a quality VPN service is one way to protect your privacy. This application gives you access to your VPNFire account. Great for folks who surf the Internet on the go.
MyPermissions: a free application that lets you scan, track, and control how applications access your personal information online. It supports popular services like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Hide Photo+Video: a handy application that lets you hide your private photos and videos. You can encrypt files, add password, and use decoy accounts to protect your privacy.
OpenDoor: a nice tool for you to use to browse websites anonymously. It offers multi-tab browsing. It caches content to offer you faster web-browsing.
These iOS apps can’t do miracles but they do help you protect your privacy. Have you found better apps?
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