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5 Security Apps to Protect Your iOS Devices

Our iOS devices contain a lot of our personal data, such as personal photos, credit card and banking details, important notes, contact numbers and much more! Smart phones have become so advanced in this age that we no longer need our laptops or Personal computers unless it’s something related with a lot of typing or software related work.

Have you imagined what if all this important data was stolen? Are there any steps you have taken to protect your data? Have you ever thought what would happen with your data if your phone was stolen?

Fortunately the safari browser is made so safe that it is not vulnerable to malicious attacks, but that does not mean you can be totally loose with your data and expect you iOS device to handle all of your cyber security related data.

While you can find tons of security related apps on the App store most of them are useless as your iPhone or iPad is a very capable device and features a lot of security features within the iOS.

We’ll take a look at the security apps that are actually helpful for protecting your personal data from different kind of dangers.

Here are my top 5 recommended security apps for iOS devices:

1.      Orga


Let’s begin with protection of our photos, our devices end up having some sort of our private data even if we try our best to not keep any. Some email, WhatsApp conversation or MMS will definitely have our photos that we don’t want to be seen publicly.

Orga is an amazing application to download on your iOS device for the protection of your photos, it’s a unique app based on A.I. Being the first of its kind in the category.

The app is more than just a photo vault, artificial intelligence enables it to be smart enough to read text s from images, also features a nudity detection feature that lets you identify any NSFW images on your device and delete them or import them to the photo vault clearing it from your main Photos app.

Orga is so powerful, that it has the ability to search over thousand objects in a photo or any text in them. If you’re interested in the app, I have some good news for you!

Despite being the first of its kind A.I based photo vault, the app is completely free of cost on the App Store, so just head on and download the app to give it a try!

2.      Surfshark

If you’re looking for a VPN service for your phone, Surfshark VPN offers an amazing user interface that’s pretty simple to understand and very intuitive making it one of the simplest VPN service which even a 5 year old can operate.


You can even use the service for Netflix VPN as it successfully unblocks the American Netflix library and all the other major libraries of the world. Surfshark features on the top 5 list of VPNs to unblock Netflix, only a select few VPN services are successfully able to provide a good experience for streaming.

The company doesn’t maintain any user logs, which means all your online activities are cloaked. VPN service providers make a lot of promises and tall claims but be careful when selecting one, especially if it is free as they the company has little incentive to protect user data.

3.      LastPass

Gone are the days when we needed only one password, today all of us have multiple email accounts, passwords of our banking apps and many other applications that contain our private data.

Unless you’re not making the mistake of using the same password everywhere, LastPass is a great password manager with its premium version being offered only at $1 per month. The app enables you to access your passwords remotely while encrypting the data first on your device and then storing it on cloud servers.

The company mentions on its website, “All encryption/decryption occurs on your computer, not on our servers. This means that your sensitive data does not travel over the Internet and it never touches our servers, only the encrypted data does.”

Another app that I would highly recommend to any person using the internet!

4.      GadgetTrak

Our iOS devices come with a built-in Find my iPhone app, GadgetTrak offers a little more than that, extending the security of your device. In the event that your phone gets stolen, the app allows you to remotely use the phones camera to take photos of the thief.

The built-in Find My iPhone feature allows you to track the current location of your phone. Gadget adds to this feature by tracking location of your device at regular intervals, this enables you to even track the past locations of where your device has been.

The app requires iOS 4.0 or later and costs only $3.99, a one-time investment that I would strongly recommend!

5.      Cryptomator


Your data is prone to attacks if you use cloud storage as it can be snooped upon while it is being uploaded. Cryptomator helps by first encrypting your data on your device and then uploading it. This protects it from any possible threats online.

It is an open-source app and is compatible with iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and WebDAV.


If you’re using the internet in these times, remember it is not the 90’s anymore, the internet has significantly grown and criminals have found that the digital landscape is a lucrative ground for attacking.

It has become very important to be aware about cyber security, we are carrying very important data in the palm of our hands. You might think there is nothing special that makes you a target but remember, for a criminal even the smallest piece of data can be a great assistant in completely providing unauthorized access to your data.


Ann Castro
Ann Castro
Ann Castro is a lead author at Techicy who writes on Technology, Home Improvement, and Businesses around the world. With a background in Journalism, Ann has a professional experience of more than seven years working with some of the big media companies. She is also an avid traveler, a singer, and a guitarist.


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