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Camera Security Comes to iPhone 4

Camera Security Comes to iPhone 4

Posted August 8, 2010 at 9:14pm by iClarified · 16503 views
Daniel Amitay has announced the release and immediate availability of Big Brother - Camera Security for iPhone 4 (v.1.0), a new security app for the iPhone 4. Big Brother allows iPhone 4 owners to receive notifications whenever someone uses their device without permission. Each notification includes the date and time, GPS location, and two pictures of the perpetrator.

This is not a prank application. It really works, and takes pictures of anyone trying to access your iPhone. Big Brother is the only iPhone app which sets off an alarm AND takes a photo if the user presses the home button. Want to know if someone has been sneaking a peak at your iPhone 4? Turn on Big Brother, LOCK it, turn off your iPhone, and you're set! Whenever a person enters an incorrect password, the device will take two photos! Whenever a person quits the application (that's right!), the device will take two photos!

Easy to use:
* Start Big Brother
* Change your passcode (from 0000)
* Set your email address
* Set your sound settings
* When you're finished, press LOCK

* Passcode Lock
* Sound alarm
* Image capture
* GPS location
* Time stamp
* Email notification

Records the following events:
* There is an incorrect passcode
* There is an application quit
* The device is turned off
* There is a correct login

Receive an email notification if:
* There is an incorrect passcode
* There is an application quit

Pricing and Availability:
Big Brother 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. Big Brother will only work on iOS devices with a forward facing camera (currently only iPhone 4).

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Dean Buchanan
Dean Buchanan - August 9, 2010 at 8:19am
it says if you lock your phone then turn off it's armed Untrue that's same as exiting the app and alarm goes off?
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