If your iPhone is often left unattended on the table, and it seems to you that colleagues, partner or parents are looking into it, try Big Brother. The app takes snapshots of everyone trying to access your gadget. We continue a series of articles on the protection of personal information on our iDevices. Today we will tell you how to track who has looked into your iPhone. Co-workers, parents, your girlfriend or boyfriend, God forbid, a thief – everyone can try to unlock the phone. This is where Big Brother Camera Security comes in. You will be able to get a photo of a curious face both in your phone and in the mail, and in the case of a thief, the location where you tried to unlock the screen. To begin with, the application will show you a small setup guide, where it will prompt you to enter a password, allow the location to be determined and enter the mailbox address where the activation code will be sent, and then a photo of the intruder and his location. Enter an arbitrary password. The password may differ from the screen lock password – the main thing here is not to forget it yourself. An activation code will be sent to the specified mailbox. Now, leaving the phone, do not forget to enter the program and activate the Lock. There are two modes of password entry, correct and incorrect. If you enter it correctly, the application will show your photo, if you enter it incorrectly – a photo of the inquisitive person and his location. Each password entry will be sent to the mailbox, with the attached photo and coordinates. If you use the program often, it is not very convenient, so it will make sense to create a separate mailbox. I hope that when using this application, you do not have to sort things out with relatives and friends, and even more so look at the photo of the thief. But as they say, forewarned is forearmed.