Best Photo Vault Apps for iPhone in 2020

While the stock Photos app on the iPhone has seen many feature enhancements over the years, it still lacks a photo or video vault feature. Fortunately, many third-party options can help you out. They offer the ability to lock photos with a password or pattern to prevent unwanted access. This is incredibly useful if you want to keep some pictures away from your children or anyone else who uses your phone. Take your pick from some of these best photo vault apps for iPhone.

  1. Private Photo Vault – Pic Safe
  2. Secret Photo Vault – Keepsafe
  3. Secret Photo Album: Hide Vault
  4. Lock Photos Secret Photo Vault
  5. Safe Lock: secret photo album
  6. Best Secret Folder
  7. Photo Vault Hide Photos Album
  8. GalleryVault -Hide Photo Video
  9. VAULT – Browser & File Manager

1. Private Photo Vault – Pic Safe

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Here’s a reliable way to protect your photos using a password or pattern. You can create and organize separate albums in the app to manage your private pictures and share them via message and email when you wish.

Further, it comes with a private web browser that lets you download images directly into the app. You can also create slideshows and import, export, and watch videos from the Photos app.

Price: Free (Private Photo Vault Upgrade – $4.99)

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2. Secret Photo Vault – Keepsafe

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Lock your photos and videos with a secret PIN using Keepsafe. By creating custom albums, you will be able to manage your media and access it more conveniently. Further, the integrated camera allows you to capture photos right from inside the app.

There’s also a slideshow option to present your photos beautifully. And when necessary, you can quickly unhide your pictures and share them with your friends via social networking sites.

Price: Free (KeepSafe Premium – $4.99)

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3. Secret Photo Album: Hide Vault

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With industry-standard encryption, this is one of the best photo vault apps to keep your pictures safe. You can also use additional protection in the form of a pin code or fingerprint.

Additionally, use the built-in camera to snap photos discreetly or move images from your Camera Roll into your secret photo vault. There’s also encrypted cloud storage to access your private albums from multiple devices.

Price: Free (In-app Purchases start from $0.99)

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4. Lock Photos Secret Photo Vault

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Check out this handy app to lock and manage everything from private photos and videos to text messages, notes, voice recordings, documents, etc. It supports subfolders and lets you search for quick access to whatever you need.

Moreover, it can handle various file types, from PDFs to plain text, files on PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Pages, Numbers, and even audio and videos. This makes it a powerful all-in-one app that lets you do multiple things in one place to make life easier.

Price: Free (Pro Version – $2.99)

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5. Safe Lock: secret photo album

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Hide your photos and videos in secret folders using this iOS photo vault app. You can also capture new photos from directly within the app to maintain your privacy.

Further, the best part about it is that you can delete the images from the original album when transferring or taking a photo from the app. You can choose from various security options such as DotLock, Numeric, Alphabetic, Passcode, Touch ID, Face ID.

Price: Free (Premium Account – $1.99)

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6. Best Secret Folder

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As the name suggests, this application creates a secret folder to store your images and videos. You need to set a password when you launch the app for the first time. If anyone enters the wrong password four consecutive times, the app captures the image of the intruder’s picture and sends you an email along with their location.

Furthermore, you can also directly capture new photos or videos using the built-in features or import from your photo library. The free version has limited features and ads, so consider upgrading to the paid one for better functionality

Price: Free (Remove Ads – $0.99)

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7. Photo Vault Hide Photos Album

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This photo vault app comes with a built-in browser that lets you download images from the web privately. Of course, you can also add and manage photos from your iPhone library.

You can choose to set your folders invisible so that they remain secure. At the same time, it supports alphanumeric, pattern lock, and pin locks as well as Touch ID and Face ID for foolproof protection.

Price: Free (Pro Version – $2.99)

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8. GalleryVault -Hide Photo Video

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“GalleryVault” is good enough to offer a strong shield to all of your photos and videos. As a result, they stay away from prying eyes. One notable feature of this app is the integrated private web browser that lets you download your favorite pics with ease.

Further, it supports viewing and hiding and GIFs as well. What’s more, GalleryVault also provides break-in alerts to let you know who is trying to bump into your secret photo library.

Price: Free (Premium Monthly – $1.99)

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9. VAULT – Browser & File Manager

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Here’s another hassle-free way to secure all your private photos, videos, and documents. VAULT functions like an advanced file manager that lets you import and organize files of varied formats.

You cna also zip and unzip files and transfer them to your Mac or cloud storage services such as Google Drive. You can use TouchID/FaceID to unlock the vault and set an app lock for more protection.

Price: Free

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Summing Up

Which of these best photo vault apps for iPhone have you tried out? Share your thoughts and experience with us in the comments below. And don’t forget to check out some photo editors to give your images a flawless look.

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