Privacy Filter Pro - free @ Google play
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Privacy Filter Pro - free @ Google play

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Found 12th Oct
Privacy Filter Pro has been created to guard your privacy from the prying eyes of others.

When you use your smart phone in a crowded place, your screen can be seen by everyone.

This app solves that problem!


If you're worried about prying eyes in the train or other public places, turn the filter on!

The fancy filter will safely guard your screen from prying eyes.


Also, do you ever find the screen too bright when you're using your smart phone before bed?

If so, you can reduce the blue light by choosing an orangeish filter.

It also helps reduce eye strain.


Place the widget wherever you like on your screen, and easily switch it on and off whenever you need it.



[Function Description]

"TAP TO FILTER" - Turns the filter on.

"TAP TO UNFILTER" - Turns the filter off.

"STATUS BAR" - You can switch it on and off from the status bar.

"FLOATIN' WIDGET" - Switch it on and off from the widget that you can place anywhere.

"TRANSPARENCY" - Change the filter's transparency.

"PATTERN" - Choose different filter patterns.



*Make your battery last longer with this light app!

- Because it cuts all unnecessary processes, your battery will last longer than when using other privacy screen apps.

- Because it doesn't run any processes when you don't have the filter on, other apps will run smoothly.

7 Comments

Thanks for this going to give it a go as eyes are getting old. Dont need security as dont text that much.Heat added
Edited by: "karlc1" 12th Oct

Reduce eye strain? I think this makes it worse, I can hardly see the screen when the filter is on and it's right in front of me and the transparency has been reduced.

Doesn't seem to make any difference what angle you view the screen doesn't seem to do a very good job.

Thanks @ceanth.

How on earth could a virtual filter stop anyone seeing your phone without stopping you reading it yourself?

OB121 m ago

How on earth could a virtual filter stop anyone seeing your phone without …How on earth could a virtual filter stop anyone seeing your phone without stopping you reading it yourself?

You can do it like this, but it's not practical >





Edited by: "fishmaster" 13th Oct

showing as £3 for me ... expired?

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