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What's new in this version (3.2.2):
3.2.2: Fixed a compatibility issue with Jelly Bean which prevents all hidden items on the storage devices from properly scanned
3.2.1: Fixed the problem that some customers are reporting they recieve an empty error dialog right after the app starts up.
3.2: Way more smooth scrolling in thumbnail preview screen. Fixed font size of big clock on devices with higher resolution.
3.0: Pinch to zoom support on both visible and hidden i
With the new pinch to zoom support on hidden photos, this is now the best photo/video privacy app on the Market. Privacy Gallery hide pictures and videos from in stock Gallery in ONE app, arrange them in your own folder structure, and protect them with DISGUISED big clock screen and your magic unlock pattern. It is way much safer and implicit than other similar apps which got an obvious screen for password input, which could hint people that you're hiding something.
View and play hidden photos and videos directly.
Slideshow for both visible/hidden images, 3 animation styles, playback duration time adjustable.
Stay organized using your own folder structure.
Bulk operations for hiding/unhiding all photos/videos in entire directory, or even in all directories at once.
Reinstall to reset password pattern, won't lose any hidden items
Newly added internal image viewer supports swipe left/right on both visible and hidden images.
The disguised big clock now supports 12/24 hour modes, you can actually use it as a bed side clock.
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New permissions in 3.0:
Trademob offered us to promote Privacy Gallery in their ads network. In order to do that, they need to know how many users are actively using Privacy Gallery in order to charge us the appropriate commission fee. The information is only used in a statistical manner, no personal information is gathered. We are also testing out whether it's worth the effort, if not, we'll remove it from our future versions of Privacy Gallery. We use Privacy Gallery ourselves and understand exactly how important privacy is and how insecure it feels like when a privacy app accesses Internet, but please trust us we don't do anything that's not described above. If you still have concerns, please email us.