How To Password Protect Android Applications With App Protector Lite

App Protector Lite can add password protection to any application on Android. You can choose to only lock sensitive apps, such as Photos and Messages, while leave other apps unlocked.You can use numbers, words, or pattern to lock your apps. Pattern can be set as visible or invisible. Password Recovery is also built in to the app.

Steps to install App Protector Lite:-

1. Download and install the App Protector Lite from Android market.

2: Once you install the application Run “App Protector Lite” in your android mobile and set the default password as “8888”.

3: Now after that Tap on “Modify Protection List” button.

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4: A list of all Apps will appear which has been installed on your Phone. You can tick mark the following apps which you want to create an additional lock apps security, then Tap on “Done” button.

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5: Fully start functioning your Password Protection for your Android Apps.Once you make up your mind in providing security to your selected apps, tap on the “Change password setting” button and set a new Password(should be other than the default password) to start your Apps to correctly work for the Protection of various other Android Apps.

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1 Million Android And iOS Apps Have Ready To published

Now more than 1 million apps published to the Apple App Store and Android Market combined,Announced by AppsFire today.

The company reports that more than 60 apps have been downloaded for every iOS device sold. That’s up from 10 apps downloaded for every iPhone/iPod touch in 2008, says Asmyco. So how did the firm get to that number? As the Apple App Store approaches 10 billion total downloads, App downloads are increasing at a faster rate that iTunes music downloads (of course, not all iTunes users are getting their music from iTunes).

The company is quick to point out that not all of those apps are active (downloadable), with the total number of active applications sitting at around 80%. Of the combined number of apps published to either the App Store or Android Market, iOS accounts for 52% (roughly 520,000 apps) of the million titles published.

Android Market tracker AppBrain puts the total number of Android applications at 282,830 – not quite mirroring the 52%/48% split noted by AppsFire, but with Google actively pruning its app database every quarter, the number of deleted or banned apps could increment the app count substantially.

The company looks forward to tracking 1 million live apps combined on iOS and Android, then 1 million apps by operating system.

AppsFire tracks each app entering either the App Store or Android Market, using algorithms and friend recommendations to suggest apps that smartphone owners might be interested in.

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