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Finger Security Lite – A FingerPrint Scanner for iPhone

Do you think that you can transform your iPhone/iTouch into a fingerprint scanner? Yes, you can do that with Fingerprint Security Lite – an app from Inner Four, Inc just made to do that.

Finger Security Lite application is great for security purposes and you can also fool your friends into thinking your device is an advanced security analyzing tool from the future that can read fingerprints! With top of the line graphics and animation you will be able to fool anyone.

Working of the App:

Place your finger in the scanning space on the device screen, the application automatically captures your fingerprint and saves it for future verification. From here your device is fully protected. If anyone dares to touch your device, this handy application would prompt the person to place his finger on the scanning space. The scanning would be done and if the print in memory does not match with the one just taken, the siren on the device gets activated; the thief gets caught then and there.

When you fire up the application, you’ll be first asked to place your finger for scanning. You can control the outcome of a scan very easily. There are two hidden buttons on the top of the screen. Press the top right button and depending on the settings it will go into lock mode or allow access to your phone. When in locked mode press the top left button and it will unlock after the finger scan, its that easy! Also, when in locked mode any sudden movements and the alarm system will go off and display whatever message you want.

The scanning looks real, and the voice message would make anyone give a surprise jolt and the alarm is darn realistic. Try this scanning trick on someone who doesn’t know that the iPhone also does some cheating with many applications in the App Store.

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