AppLockers are a great way to prevent people from getting into apps on your phone. Maybe your banking app doesn’t use any security or you have some sensitive photos in the gallery. Whatever the case may be, sometimes it’s nice to lock an app. Traditional AppLockers use a polling service to detect running processes. This can really drain the battery. MaxLock is a Xposed Module AppLocker that doesn’t affect performance. It uses an event-driven method to detect app launches and throw up the lock.
The latest version of MaxLock supports Android Nougat and Oreo. MaxLock also has a non-root method, but the Xposed Framework method is much more powerful. You can choose the type of password to use, including the fingerprint scanner on Android Marshmallow. Download version 7.0+ for Nougat and Oreo support.
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