Google Photos to get Locked Folder feature on Android & iOS: Google Photos will bring this lock folder feature by using the password. Users can set the security settings to their liking. These settings can be easily found and used.
Google Photos will soon come with a lock folder feature for smartphones running Android and iOS operating systems. Recently, the regulator of Photos and the search engine giant Google has confirmed this information in an announcement.
Google says that this lock folder feature can be used by using the password. Users can set the security settings to their liking. These settings can be easily found and used.
In a blog post, Google said that our Photos team launched a password-protected locked folder feature for Pixel phones in May. Where users can save photos and videos separately. As a result, images or videos cannot be viewed together while scrolling through Google Photos or other apps.
Google added in the post, “We are very excited to bring this feature to the handsets of Android and iOS operating systems very soon.” In addition to this feature, Google has also introduced the auto-delete option.
At Google, we keep users more secure than anyone else, the company said. Here users can control personal information.
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In celebration of Cyber Security Awareness Month, Google has introduced more features and technologies to keep users’ information secure. This security hub integrates all the security features and settings on the Pixel device.
According to Google, a user in the hub can see the red, yellow, and green symbols according to the input of Google Play Protect and the level of security of the Google account.
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