Get some privacy on iOS with the new Avira Vault

Personal privacy is important, but completely locking others out of our iOS devices is not a socially acceptable – or practical – option. Even though we physically hand our smartphones to colleagues, friends, and family to share photos and contacts – we don’t want to give them free access to everything. Some pictures, private notes, and banking information are for our eyes only.

In today’s hyper-open world, people need a private corner on their smartphones that combines privacy and security with real convenience. That’s why we’ve developed the Avira Vault for iOS. Avira Vault lets you share what you want to share, browse where you want to browse, and keep the rest – pictures, passwords, financial information, and browsing history – hidden from prying eyes.

The security of your iOS device – and its contents – is priceless. That’s why Avira Vault is completely free with additional features and information storage available to premium users. As a company which has been protecting people from online threats for nearly 30 years, we know that your security needs for an iOS device go far beyond anti-malware protection. So go secure your private space today!

 

Vault

Privacy

  • Hide selected photos and videos
  • Keep notes and financial information private
  • Browser privacy that goes beyond incognito
  • Decoy account to allay suspicions
  • Unlimited slots to keep pictures and videos safe*

Security

  • Keep credit card details in a secure environment
  • Browser that automatically filters out malware and phishing attacks
  • Secure photo and video backup to iCloud
  • Unlimited encrypted slots to keep credit cards and passwords safe*

Convenience

  • Open the vault with your choice of fingerprint, pattern, or PIN
  • Credit card access at your fingertips
  • Have all passwords in a single location
  • Your choice of additional authentication methods with TouchID or PatternID*

*Additional features with Avira Vault’s premium version

 

 

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As a PR Consultant and journalist, Frink has covered IT security issues for a number of security software firms, as well as provided reviews and insight on the beer and automotive industries (but usually not at the same time). Otherwise, he’s known for making a great bowl of popcorn and extraordinary messes in a kitchen.