If you’re feeling safe and secure by simply using a password for your lock screen, that’s fine. But if you feel the need for extra security measures on your Note 9, you might want to start thinking about different, customized passwords. How would you like to have individual passwords for specific apps, the apps that you are most afraid of getting into the wrong hands?
You might have heard about the option to create a folder and keep it invisible, but that’s for storing images, videos and other files. If you’re interested in protecting certain apps and their content, you need to set up passwords for each of them. While the Note 9 might not have a built-in solution for that, the Play Store will give you more than one option to choose from.
Like always, the Google Play Store is offering lots of apps and you might have a hard time deciding which one to try. Hoping we’ll make it easier for you, we dare to suggest that you try the AppLock app.
To Lock Apps On Note 9, You Must:
- Go to the Home Screen;
- Launch the Google Play Store;
- Type AppLock in its search box;
- Download the app and install it on your device;
- Launch the app and create an account with an email address and a special password for that account;
- Log in with your new account and start exploring the AppLock options.
From within the AppLock interface, you will be able to set up security measures for individual apps or even for pictures and videos! You’ll get a full list with everything installed on your device and all the files that you can lock and you can take them one by one to activate the lock option.
As you can imagine, it is essential that you never forget the password for your AppLock account. That’s the password you will be using for accessing whatever app you have locked, from now on!
If you’ve liked this app but you’re interested in finding new ways to lock apps on Note 9, keep searching for app locks in the Google Play Store.