Is there is such app?

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  1. Joker

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    That lock other apps, for example if I tried to open a app it ask for a pass. If there is please let me know.:)
     
  2. iVan

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    You could try Restrictions in Settings.
     
  3. Joker

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    Thanks, however it seems that it's only limited for certain apps.

    Anyone got a solution?
     
  4. SweetPoison

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    Wanna piece of my birthday cake? Will that help?


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  5. Joker

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    how sweet!:p:D
    guess it made ma daey, thankxx.:eek:
     
  6. Hasty

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    There are apps which will password protect private information.
    I use one called Stash which is password protected.

    This means I can let others play with my iPad but personal docs and client names are secure. Believe it also handles photos and video too.
     
  7. Joker

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    Thanks, I don't really have documnts that I want to protect just some apps in general. I just found Locktopus to be the one I needed. Thanks every one.:):D
     
  8. cmalinowski

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    Just FYI: Locktopus requires a jailbreak. Works well for me. There are apparently one or two others that work well for jailbroken iDevices.
     

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