I finished the little app that I was working on. It's called Focus and it allows you to lend your device to a friend for them to look at photos without the fear of them playing with your phone.
It's usage is extremely simple : select photos from the photo viewing app that you presently use and share them to Focus. Done. You can safely give your device to your friend.
They can now only swipe through the pictures that you selected. If they hit the back button they are prompted to give you back your device and you must enter a PIN to exit the app (I use only one digit). If they hit home than a sound will be heard and the device will vibrate.
Try it out here :
and you can encourage me by buying it here:
Thanks a lot for all the help that you gave me this week :)
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