PhotoVault keeps all secret photos locked up on your Mac


WidsMob recently announced the release and availability of WidsMob PhotoVault, their photo vault program for Mac. WidsMob PhotoVault has different security levels to encrypt and hide photos. All photos are locked up and protected with password protection. It custom slideshows with loop and duration automatically. 

Users can group photos with Favorites and different albums with ease. Furthermore, it is supported to export hidden photos to Email and save those encrypted photos to computer. Moreover, WidsMob PhotoVault has more editing features to make the whole process easy. 

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All the sensitive photos can be well encrypted and organized by WidsMob PhotoVault. There is no extra technology background or storage space required. The encrypted photos will be moved into the private database. Others will not find encrypted photos in the original destination folder. None third-party application could find those photos either. What’s more, the image encryption software supports to decrypt and export any hidden photo without restrictions. 

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Here are some useful features about the photo vault software:
* Double security protection for the password and photos.
* Encrypted photo data.
* Quick screen lock.
* Batch import photos/folders at lightning spend.
* Remove original photos after importing.
* Add photos to Favorites.
* Import photos into album directly.
* Order by name, date, type and size.
* Create Albums right in the App.
* Add photos to album.
* Batch export photos.
* Email photos.
* Support nearly all image formats.
* Fast photo viewing experience with in-app photo viewer. 
* Support JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF and over 50 RAW image formats.

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