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Keep naughty photos safe with the NQ Mobile Vault app

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Security company NQ Mobile has recently launched a new app for both iOS and Android devices, which allows users to hide photos and videos from prying eyes.

The new secret photo app, called NQ Mobile Vault, is ideal for those who fancy themselves as secret agent, Bond-like characters, but we know it'll mainly be used by posers who like to take naughty photos and don't want them to get into the wrong hands.

If you'd like to take advantage of the new app for free, then you can set up a private, password-protected album full of content and activate the Vault's special built-in camera too, which will automatically secure photos and videos behind the private album regardless of whether you ask it to or not.

There are a few super secure premium features too, such as SecureCam Log-In, Break-in Attempts Monitor, which photographs anyone who tries to log-in, and Fake Vault, which is a decoy for if someone catches you out and wants to see all of your private photos.

Related: Picaboo: How to send naughty photos without getting caught

Available from iTunes and Google Play for free, with premium options for those looking for an even more secure option.

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  • Amelia

    What i need is a programme to stop my idiot husband and the father of my children from copying pictures of my vagina to the demo phones at phones4u.

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