Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Lockwatch Anti-Theft 1.4.1

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Current Version: 1.4.1
Requires Android: 4.0.3 and up
Category: Tools
v1.4.1 update:
October 15, 2013 (version 1.4)
- Translated into 13 languages (if you want to improve a translation, please e-mail me).
- Supports more devices (especially tablets).
Lockwatch e-mails you with a photo and GPS location whenever someone tries to unlock your phone with the wrong code. Find out if someone is trying to unlock your phone or locate the thief that has stolen it.
★★★★★ – “It took my picture and gave me the location of my phone. Was shocked at how well this worked!”
★★★★★ – “Such a handy app, it’s so awesome and I absolutely love it!”
• Takes a photo of the intruder using the front camera when the wrong unlock code is entered.
• Determines the phone location using GPS and WiFi so you can locate the thief.
• Immediately e-mails you with a photo and GPS location in case the phone is switched off.
• Completely silent and invisible operation. No warnings are shown to the thief. (The GPS icon may appear but does not identify our app.)
• No need for a 3rd party lock screen. We use the lock screen built into Android.
• Little to no impact on your battery. The app runs only when the wrong code is entered.
You must deactivate the app by dragging the switch to Off. Alternatively, remove the app from Device Administrators (under Android Settings, Security).
Q: I typed in the wrong unlock code but didn’t get an e-mail. Why?
A: Make sure you type at least 4 digits (PIN, pattern or password). Android will ignore any unlock attempts less than 4 digits. Wait about 30 seconds before typing in the correct code otherwise the alert will be cancelled.
Q: If there are too many incorrect unlock attempts, will this app wipe my device?
A: No. Although you see a warning about this due to a shared permission in Android, Lockwatch will never wipe your device.
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Find and track your stolen phone with our anti-theft app. It alerts you when a thief has stolen your phone, tracks your phone using GPS to help you find your stolen phone, and locates your phone if an intruder is trying to unlock it. Other anti-theft apps such as Gotya and Cerberus are not free and do not e-mail you when a thief has stolen your phone.

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