In this day and time, we can agree that one of the most important things in our life is our Smartphone. We use this device for almost everything, paying bills, booking tickets, ordering food, finding transportation and many other things. Everyone ranging from a CEO of a Fortune 500 company to an ice-cream seller uses mobile phones. People are now dependent heavily on these devices and cannot function to their full potential if they don’t have one. This also means that we store almost all our information into these small gadgets. We don’t think twice before entering our bank information to make an online purchase. This is in fact very risky. Nowadays smartphone safety has become a big concern. With the increasing number of smartphone users, people store almost all of their personal and professional information on these devices. Many times due to human error or some unforeseen circumstances people may lose their smartphones. Mobile theft is also a huge issue and is happening rampantly all over the world. It is the responsibility of the owner of the device to ensure that their smartphone is safe and secure. Most phones do not offer any in-app security once it gets unlocked. Your data, be it call logs, photos, videos and others can accidently fall into the hands of those who may have possibly wrong intentions, or it could be that you simply want to keep your captured data private as a personal choice.
So what happens when someone tries to unlock your phone? This is where Who touched my phone? comes into play. With this app you can get a peek into discovering who tries to unlock you phone. The app will automatically record your phones activity and the person who is trying to unlock your phone. The front camera in this case is turned on in the background and will record and save the person who is trying to access your phone. The way the app works is very simple.
Once you have the app installed all you need to do is open it and click on the button that pops up. After that all you need to do is close the app and lock your phone. Now your phone is secure. From then if someone tries to unlock or unlocks your smartphone that app will automatically record the activity of the user. You can also sync the app to cloud so that you can view the report though cloud. This app uses the Device Administrator permission. The application needs device administrator rights to look out for incorrect unlock attempts. Android only detects a password or pattern as incorrect if it has at least 4 digits/characters or pattern dots.