How would you protect private texts & messages after iPhone X’s FaceID?
A newly biometric technology — called Face ID — is displayed during the 2017 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) at the Steve Jobs Theater on Sep. 12, 2017 in California. It uses a 3D scan of the user’s face for authenticating and unlocking their device. It also replaces Touch ID for Apple Pay too. But, this high-tech did raise security and privacy concerns of the massive.
How would you protect your private calling & texting if you are threatened to unblock your iPhone with your face ID?
Coverme is exactly what you need! CoverMe pay much intention to the importance your privacy and ensure that the CoverMe app supply you with the tools you need to keep private texts & messages secure.
First, even if your iPhone was unblock via face ID, your private texting and calling will not be exposed easily because Coverme enables you to set a password for your all your calls & texts. CoverMe makes it difficult for people to just pick-up your phone and go through your private texts & messages. We have even added intruder detection! Each time the intruder enters a wrong password, their photo will be taken along with the time and GPS location of the break-in attempt. CoverMe stores this information in a folder for you to check later to find out who is trying to spy on you.
And you can even have your private texts & messages self-destruct as soon as your recipient has read them, limiting any chance that any secret hunter to spy your messages via illegally use your Face ID. You can also set messages to delete after a specified time or remotely delete messages whenever you want and the message will disappear from your recipient’s phone.
What’s more, when you send texts with CoverMe, they won’t appear on your mobile phone bill. Don’t wait before it’s too late! Try CoverMe now and enjoy safe and secure private calling & text messages.