If you have kids who love to use your phone for games, messaging, and YouTube but you also have a few photos or videos that aren’t G-rated, Cover is the kid-proof app you need. You’ll have a clean Android phone 24/7.
Here at Baloota Applications, we know first-hand that kids love exploring on smartphones. However, sometimes that cute curiosity can lead to certain discoveries ー especially when it comes to browsing & looking at photos that are stored on your phone’s photo gallery. Which is exactly why we created Cover, a passcode protected photo vault that’s guaranteed to kid-proof your phone.
By using Real-Time Protection, Cover is able to monitor your device 24/7 for any stored or incoming explicit photos or videos. Meaning, the app will immediately block adult content before anyone is able to see it.
Once Cover detects the explicit image or video, it will move it to your passcode secured photo vault that only you have access to. From there, you can either store the content in your private gallery, or you can delete it entirely off of your device.
You can even store content in your private vault manually by sorting through photos on your standard photo gallery.
Cover even works in messaging apps! Do your kids sometimes use your phone to text mom or dad? Or even their friends? Cover will ensure any incoming explicit content is detected and blocked, before anyone using the phone can view it.
This feature is our way of adding an extra layer of precautionary safety measures so you (or your kids) can use your phone with peace of mind.
Walking around with NSFW photos or videos on your phone is risky. Walking around with NSFW photos or videos on your phone when you have kids or work in a public environment is riskier.
We’d highly recommend using Cover if you find yourself surrounded by many people – or people who may access your device – frequently. Getting caught with inappropriate or explicit content on your device is an uncomfortable experience for both parties. Don’t take that risk when you don’t need to!
You’re better off safe than sorry! Don’t risk your kids, coworkers, friends, etc. looking at something they shouldn’t be looking at.