1. IvayloHristov's Avatar
    Hello Friends,

    My name is Ivaylo and I am new to the forum. I decided to make a registration, because I wanted to ask for some help from you guys. For the past few weeks, I have been looking for an app that can help me protect my personal information (Facebook, Phone gallery, Call logs, etc.) on my smartphone (currently using Samsung Galaxy S5). I have tried quite a few free apps from Google Play such as AppLock, Smart AppLock and the like. Among those, I came across this app called Privacy Ace. To be honest, I liked the design and interface of Privacy Ace. Both very pretty simple and user friendly. On the other hand the other apps I tried (i.e. Smart AppLock) offer more features (i.e. 'Observer' feature; if someone tries to access your phone and enters the wrong password a few times, the app takes a picture of that person and later on you can see who has tried to break into your phone). However Smart AppLock, for example, has kind of a clustered interface. It was really difficult for me to find out how to use the various features of the app. I really got frustrated while trying to figure out how to use it. I am not the most intelligent person, but I know how to use smartphones, if you know what I mean. Still I am looking for something that is simple to use and can get the job done.

    So my question basically is: has anyone else tried Privacy Ace and is it any good? How is the app performance-wise? Should I give it a try? Feel free to suggest other apps of the same type too.

    Thanks for the help in advance

    08-21-2015 04:24 AM
  2. Allucard Van Hellsing's Avatar
    In my opinion the best is cerberus. Its working really good for me. U have to pay for it, but in MA opinion the app deserve it

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    08-21-2015 04:29 AM
  3. IvayloHristov's Avatar
    Hello Allucard.

    Thanks for the feedback. Can you recommend something that is free of charge? The thing is, there are so many apps on Google Play that I really find it difficult to make my choice. But to be completely honest, I would really prefer to use something that is free. Btw, have you tried Privacy Ace?
    08-21-2015 05:21 AM

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