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  • 3.1
    12 total
  • Category: Security / Personal security
  • Published by: Triple G³ ?
  • Size: 2.8 MB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Added a link explaining how to change the app name, start screen, live tiles, and install icon making SafePics even more covert.


Hides, encrypts, and protects pictures behind a 4 digit pin code. Pin can be recovered via an email used when setting up the app. A dummy pin is offered to allow you to safely give your pin to other users leading them away from your hidden pictures and settings. Pictures can be automatically backed up to your OneDrive (still encrypted and safe) and also synced across other devices. App works on both Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. Visit SafePics.TripleG-3.com for more information.


  • Pin Code Protected
  • Always Encrypted
  • Syncs to various devices through OneDrive (always encrypted)
  • Backs up to OneDrive (always encrypted)
  • Universal for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1
  • Has dummy or safe pin. Used to allows others in your app believing nothing is hidden. (Never reveals encrypted photos or settings)
  • Great import / export options.
  • Feedback is heard and responded to personally; no bots or pre-written responses.
  • Ability to upgrade app changing the app name, install icon, and live tiles.

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5 July 2015

There are no controls for this app. that allow you to easily view your pics, let alone work with them. It's difficult to open a folder. If you want a better score then make a lot of improvements to the way a person can control and peruse the apps stored within.


24 May 2015

Pretty much basic concept is working but good but interface is totally clutzy. Deal breaker for me is you can't go from picture to picture without backpacking and selecting another picture. Needs a slideshow. It is next to impossible to export pictures since only one at a time possible with cute comments that get old real quick. Need setting where it doesn't delete existing files. This was rude surprise. Also need setting to make my own file location. Overdrive ok for me but maybe not others. I don't like app plastering obvious directory at root of my Onedrive at all. Like said, app hard work is done but interface just needs serious cleanup for app to actually be functional.


2 February 2015

This app is easy to use and setup. It makes sense, so far hack proof, and it does exactly what I want it to do.


4 January 2015

Great way to keep private pics from prying eyes


2 December 2014

Love this app for my pictures