Many of you may have gone to the Jiggy development forum, and saw this: http://www.ifans.com/forums/showpost.php?p=634722&postcount=1 I just wanted to post a simpler overview that that thread, also, I have been in touch with The Ax; who is the developer. This forum also has a much higher circulation than the Jiggy one, and it will let most of the noobs know about this app. You may remember, if you have been at the forum long enough, that the Dav Team, were planning to make an application called AppLock.app. This app would be able to password protect your apps. Now, a couple of weeks ago, the Dav Team gave up on this project and gave it to the A27 Dev Team. HandicApp, was the application that they finished. While it caters for some needs, it did not meet the 'community' decided breif. As I remember it, the app that everyone wanted was a way to add a protection to apps as you open them where you would enter a password. The Ax, has managed to complete the majority of this already, and is set for a release on the 19th June. His coding has been set back a bit, by a malignant trojan horse, and he has been forced to code on his ipod alone! Here are some of the advantages: Configuration app with full GUI Lock all your apps, including (but not restricted to) SMS, Phone and Mail (and iSteamy Please Register or Log in to view images) Any password combination, as long as it is under 4 characters, and is numerical Sleep timer, unlock your app for a certain amount of time (good is you are expecting an email or text) Stop nosy people from looking in your personal stuff like texts(porn), contacts(porn, and email(porn) Hide them from the springboard until unlocked But with everything, it has some disadvantages :/ : Made with the 'Jiggy' runtime, so the application takes longer to load May not suit users who want to lock an app that they use frequently But other than that, this will be an amazing app! Well done The Ax! Does anyone think they can add to the brief that I more or less made for The Ax? Oh yea, if you want screen shots of the current stage of development, look at the above hyperlink.