Lockwatch emails you when someone tries to unlock your phone with the wrong code. The email includes a stealth photo taken with the front camera showing the intruder, and a map showing the location of your phone.
Protect yourself against a lost or stolen phone by providing police with photo evidence and a location of the thief. Or find out if your partner or a work colleague is trying to unlock your phone when you are not around.
When the wrong unlock code is entered, Lockwatch will:
• Take a stealth photo of the intruder using the front camera.
• Determine the location of the phone using GPS and Wi-Fi.
• Immediately send the photo and a map showing the location to your email address.
• It's completely silent and invisible. No warnings are shown to the intruder.
• No need for a third-party lock screen. We use the lock screen built into Android.
• It works with pattern, pin or password lock screens. Fingerprint and face unlock are not supported on all devices yet.
• No battery drain because the app only runs when the wrong unlock code is entered.
You must enter a minimum of 4 digits or dots for each unlock attempt. For further help, please read https://bloketech.com/lockwatch-help/?r=ps
Unlock all of these additional features with an in-app purchase. Read more at https://bloketech.com/lockwatch-premium/?r=ps
• Detect SIM card changes - Emails you if a new SIM card is inserted into the phone.
• Send email when powered on - Emails you each time the thief turns your phone on (e.g. when they get home).
• Take multiple photos - Attaches three photos to the email instead of one. Each photo is taken roughly one second apart.
• Record sound clip - Records 20 seconds of high quality sound using the built-in microphone.
• Turn on data connection - Automatically turn your data connection on and off if needed (Android 4.x only).
• Send SMS to a friend - If there is no data connection, send an SMS to a chosen contact with the location of your phone.
App permissions are explained at https://bloketech.com/lockwatch-permissions/?r=ps