If you need to “hide” some private photos on your iPhone, Safe Pixel will be the suggestion for you.
Although Apple has added the option to hide images since iOS 10, this feature does not work correctly with its name. And users who want to hide their private photos on the device are forced to use third-party applications and services to achieve their desired goals.
This article will suggest you a quite free and useful application option, giving users the ability to hide a series of private images at will, and you do not need to worry about losing them. Photos if you delete this app because all photos have been synced to iCloud by the app automatically for you. This app is Safe Pixel, and the following is how to use it.
Safe Pixel is provided entirely free on the App Store, and it only supports a minimum of devices running iOS 11.
Once the download is complete, launch the app and look over some information about Safe Pixel. Click Get Started.
Safe Pixel will ask you to use your account to login, press SIGN UP to create yourself an account.
Account creation is also quite simple.
Once created, you will be asked to set up a secure PIN to use the application. Besides, Safe Pixel also supports users to use Touch ID and Face ID to secure login using the application.
Once on the main Pixel Safe interface, click the “+” sign.
Safe Pixel will give you two options to use, including creating an album to hold selected photos and choosing individual images to add to Safe Pixel. Click on Add Photos.
Of course, you need to give Safe Pixel permission to access data to work.
After you’ve selected the photos you want to “hide” into Safe Pixel, click Done.
The images you select will go straight to Safe Pixel, and you can delete the original image in the Photos app if you want.
If you want to organize your private photos into a folder for easy management, click Add Folder, name the folder, and select the image you want. Of course, after adding to the Safe Pixel, you should delete the image in the root directory.
When opening an image in Safe Pixel, you will be given 03 options to manipulate. Including options to send photos to other Safe Pixel users, delete and share. If you want to send the image to another user, click the purple brick icon.
You will be asked to enter the recipient’s username. Of course, the recipient must have installation and a Safe Pixel account registration.
Data in Safe Pixel will be automatically synced to iCloud of the device in use so you can be completely secure if you accidentally delete the application. If you want to stop syncing, go to Settings> account name> iCloud and switch to OFF in the Safe Pixel option.
Great, is not it?