We all love sharing photos with our family and friends but passing around your device to show a photo or two usually means they end up swiping through all your photos. The Eyes Block app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone to ensure that only the photos you want seen will be accessible. You won’t have to worry about what your friends and family may see because you will have hand-selected what photos you’d like to share with them.
The Eyes Block app works as a user-friendly solution to sharing your photos in such a way that only the ones you choose will be visible to people. This app is very simple to use: just open it up and then tap "Show" on the photos that you want to be able to show. Once you're finished you can give your device to whomever you want and you know whatever they are swiping through has been approved by you. When they are finished looking through your photos you can close the photo viewer and the app, or just shake your device to clear what you have set.
This app is a brand-new release and is free to use but there is an in-app purchase available for $0.99. The app seems to be exactly what people are looking for as they have given it five out of five stars. The comments are all positive, pointing out the beautiful user interface, the fact that this is a hassle-free solution, and that it's very quick to use. Because this is a brand-new app there are no updates as of yet.
Choose what photos you want to show
Keep in mind that the Eyes Block app doesn’t just work for your photos but your videos as well. It works for anything in your Photo Album. If you have an iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, or iPhone 6 Plus you can also use the Touch ID tool. With this tool the app will need your fingerprint to access the app and leave it. What's cool is that you can also access your photos in social networks such as Facebook so you can do the same thing, mark the photos as "Show."
There are a couple of tools to use while viewing the photo such as the Motion Zoom that will pan across the photo by you tilting your device, and you can zoom in on photos in just regular view.