1. myrcello's Avatar
    Hello everyone, I need some beta testers users for my app Vault Lock the app work as a protected vault where you define a password and put images and videos to be protected also if anyone try to use the application with a wrong password the app takes a picture with the device's front camera.

    To be a tester send a E-Mail to: Myrcello@outlook.com with the tag [BETA Vault Lock] as subject
    Public store link: http://windowsphone.com/s?appid=a433...9-c00fe508e864
    noersetiawan likes this.
    10-29-2015 12:06 AM
  2. gpobernardo's Avatar
    I have tried three different photo/video locking apps for Windows Phones - most of them are good and reliable, until I decided that my lock screen password should be enough to keep anyone from lingering around my photos.

    What advantage does your app have over other established competitors? Or (since you're looking for BETA testers), what features are you planning to add in your app that would make it advantageous over the current competitors?
    noersetiawan and myrcello like this.
    10-29-2015 05:59 AM
  3. myrcello's Avatar
    With Vault Lock you can protect your files with a smart security method that fires the camera when you (or someone) enter the wrong password, take a photo and save with date and time so you have informations about who was trying to access your files.
    I am looking to extend the apps security method to Include a fake easy password where will either lead to a fake gallery or prompt that the gallery is empty.
    And also I will implement support for others file type.
    Vault Lock was made for you to really hide your stuff with no suspect.
    gpobernardo likes this.
    11-01-2015 03:25 PM
  4. gpobernardo's Avatar
    Hmm, those features are already in the other apps I've tried (the other apps even send the photo automatically by email).

    I guess what would make your app stand out from the rest is to have an inconspicuous app name that is not suggestive that the user is hiding something... some other app name like "Fourier Series Extrapolator" that would discourage someone else from even trying to open that app. This way, the chances that someone else would suspect that the user is hiding something would be reduced. There have been numerous queries about such an app... there are apps that use a "misleading" name for this purpose but the features aren't that great.

    Bring all the features you intend to develop in your app, then combine that with an inconspicuous app name... that should gain some attention quickly.

    I'm not sure what the policies of Microsoft are with regards to naming apps...i.e. if the developer is even allowed to name their app differently from what it's purpose really is, but these may be worth considering in developing your app.
    11-02-2015 11:10 AM
  5. myrcello's Avatar
    Good advices, i am just thinking for a new name.
    best regards.
    gpobernardo likes this.
    11-06-2015 04:11 PM
  6. webnoi's Avatar
    It's possible to let the user choose the name of the app?
    12-14-2015 03:03 PM
  7. amitnahar's Avatar
    Just have a look at Brilli Gallery Locker. If you can implement that functionality without naming this lock app, I'm all in.
    12-16-2015 09:07 AM

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