You've got lots of sensitive information in the apps installed on your Android phone or tablet. Many times, even apps that store pictures, personal information, and financial information, or control remote access to your home, don't require a security PIN, password, or lock screen pattern to open. Norton App Lock protects your data if your Android device is shared, lost, or stolen.
The Norton team takes privacy (and performance) seriously. Other safe lock, applock, or privacy lock apps can be sidestepped by crafty criminals or may drain your battery, but Norton App Lock leverages special Android permissions to safeguard your sensitive apps.
Choose the apps you want to protect with a privacy lock—all, some, or follow our recommendations
Add PIN, password, or lock screen pattern security to protect and lock apps that don't have it
Lock one or more apps with the same 4-digit PIN or use a unique lock screen pattern drawn with your finger
Prevent unauthorized calls and those embarrassing “pocket dial” accidents
Protect your sensitive, personal, and financial data from the prying eyes of an intruder
Lock apps to provide extra security if your device is lost or stolen
Protect photos and videos from the prying eyes of an intruder
Keep others from updating your social status or posts
Safely keep app content private if you share your device with kids or friends to play games or watch videos
This anti-theft feature takes a photo of a thief or anyone who fails to unlock your phone after 3 attempts
The photos are saved in your Photos folder
Android OS 4.1 or later
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