Do you want to keep the personal information on your iPhone secure while handing it to someone else? If so, you should probably check out a new jailbreak tweak known as PanicLock9.
The tweak provides a handy method to quickly lock some apps on your iPhone before lending it to someone. With a simple Activator gesture, PanicLock9 locks the apps on your iPhone so that no one will be able to access it. This means that no matter how much the user taps on a locked app icon, it will not get launched.
To disable PanicLock and gain back access to all your apps, you simply have to invoke the gesture again.
Once installed, the tweak comes with a dedicated preferences pane available in Settings. From there you can assign an Activator gesture to the tweak that will enable or disable it when invoked. You can also toggle on the apps that you’d like to be protected when PanicLock9 is enabled.
The pane also features additional toggles such as enabling/disabling vibration when invoking the tweak.
The best way to use PanicLock is to assign an Activator gesture that makes use of the iPhone’s physical buttons. In this way, you can secretly invoke the tweak without anyone noticing.
PanicLock9 is available on Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $0.99 and supports all iOS 9 devices. Make sure to let us know what you think about the tweak in the comments section below.
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PanicLock9 tweak allows you to discretely lock apps on your iPhone