dfndr vault protects your photos and videos with military-grade encryption and securely backs them up to your cloud account. dfndr vault hides your photos and videos from intruders by securing them with a password / PIN or fingerprint authentication. With dfndr vault, you can have peace of mind knowing your memories are safely secured on your phone.
More than a simple storage app, dfndr vault for Android is packed with powerful features:
✓ Military-Grade Encryption
✓ Encrypted Cloud Backup
✓ Fingerprint Authentication
✓ Break-In Alerts
✓ Fake Pin
🔑 Encrypt Photos and Videos 🔑
Protect your photos with AES-256 bit encryption, which is used by the U.S. government and recognized as “military-grade”.
☁️ Backup To Cloud ☁️
Remotely store your files with high level encryption in your cloud storage accounts on Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive.
👆 Unlock With Your Fingerprint 👆
Unlock dfndr vault with only your fingerprint.
🚨 Receive Intruder Alerts 🚨
Receive photos of any intruders who attempt to access your vault with a failed login attempt.
🕵️ Create a Decoy Gallery 🕵️
Set up a Fake PIN that will allow you to open an alternate vault gallery.
🔓 Lock Other Apps 🔓
Applock allows you to lock apps with a password or fingerprint. You can set individual passwords for apps such as WhatsApp, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook for extra security.
🕶 Camouflage 🕶
Disguise the dfndr vault app icon on your homescreen as a calculator or settings icon. dfndr vault will be hidden from intruders and only you will know where your photos are stored.
✨ Upgrade to Premium ✨
dfndr vault is free to use, but you can also enjoy dfndr vault with unlimited cloud storage and enhanced security features starting at.
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