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    Default Password protected note apps

    Has anyone come across an app that allows you to password protect notes? My old phone had Easy Note (which I downloaded forever ago) which allowed you to create subfolders you could protect with a password. I can't seem to find anything similar in the app store now...
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    is password protect the whole app a problem?
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    No, not really. I don't really need to protect the entire app though... just certain "notes" or entries where I keep some of my work notes and bank transactions.
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    i dont know the answer to this, i know there is an app "Password notes" But not sure if this is what you are looking for , im assuming you want to protect the stock notes. Ill keep an eye out
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    Catch notes is passworded....
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    I really like Note Everything.
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    I saw Note Everything and will probably have to end up paying the $3.99 price to get password protection. It's pretty much everything I had with Easy Note but I didn't have to pay for it in the E.N. app.
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    **UPDATE**

    I actually saw on a blog site that you can actually password protect your S-notes. After you've created a note simple return to the 'folder' screen and long press the note. A pop-up screen screen will then offer the option to 'Lock' the note. Create a code and there ya go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DvineMzM View Post
    **UPDATE**

    I actually saw on a blog site that you can actually password protect your S-notes. After you've created a note simple return to the 'folder' screen and long press the note. A pop-up screen screen will then offer the option to 'Lock' the note. Create a code and there ya go!
    Cool, so you can write all the phone numbers for your "On the side women" in S-Pen and the lock them so the Girlfriend can't see them. Nice. Gotta love the S-Pen.
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    Cool, so you can write all the phone numbers for your "On the side women" in S-Pen and the lock them so the Girlfriend can't see them. Nice. Gotta love the S-Pen.
    LOL... not exactly what I had in mind but.. yes, I guess you could.
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    Sec Notes - Gives multiple protection options too - password, pin and pattern lock. You can create notes, checklists and spreadsheets. Best part is the auto-backup feature to Google Drive & Dropbox. Makes sure I can restore them in case of any accidents
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ipser.secnotes

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