Retina-X Introduces MyPrivacyKeeper for Android that Protects Conversations and Apps from Prying Eyes

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MyPrivacyKeeper is a new app for Android to keep secret contacts, text messages, call history and applications protected and hidden.

MyPrivacyKeeper protects user privacy by hiding specified text messages, contacts and apps!

Retina-X Studios, LLC, today announced the release of MyPrivacyKeeper, a milestone privacy product for Android smartphones. MyPrivacyKeeper avoids misuse of your Android phones by locking the sensitive mobile applications and hiding contacts and their complete logs of calls and text messages inside password protected interface. The local phone call history or message inbox would never show traces of any correspondence except through the MyPrivacyKeeper app.

Priced at $0.99, MyPrivacyKeeper offers the freedom to the user to create n number of user profiles depending on his provided specifications. Despite this, the app comes with standard user profiles such as Home, Work, Friends and Personal. Within a user profile, the user can select the desired contacts to keep their call logs (dialed/received) hidden from the Android mobile phone local call history. Along with that, the text messages (sent/received) from those contacts remain hidden from the strangers to read. They can only be read through MyPrivacyKeeper app. Similarly, the user can also keep their sensitive mobile apps untouched by password-protecting them. So, to access those locked apps, the user would have to enter the correct password.

"MyPrivacyKeeper is a perfect app to keep your secret applications and text messages protected from your exploring siblings or over suspicious spouse. It will give complete peace of mind even if the user accidentally leaves the mobile phone unattended." said Craig Thompson, media person for Retina-X Studios.

MyPrivacyKeeper mobile application for Android can be downloaded from its relevant market links. More information can be found at http://www.retinamobileapps.com

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