How to Password Protect WhatsApp and Messages on iPhone

How to Password Protect WhatsApp and Messages on iPhone, every iPhone user or i can can say any smart phone user knows about WhatsApp. The popular free messaging app took over the world like a hollywood movie alien invasion. Almost everyone uses WhatsApp for their daily social text message needs, but when it comes to text messages and image sharing there comes the need of privacy. Privacy is very important for all of us we all want a fair bit of private space both offline and online.


To use this tweak you will need to jailbreak your device, following the tutorials below to jailbreak your device based on the iOS Version you are using.



If you are one of us who likes to keep their WhatsApp and iMessages secret, a new jailbreak tweak is here for the rescue. Named as ConvoProtect this little cydia tweak will protect your privacy from peeping eyes, the tweak can password protect whole messaging App like whatsApp or you can protect specific conversations.

Once you download tweak just go to the settings app of your iPhone can find ConvoProtect to configure it as your like. There are two ways you can protect your conversations, like hiding a single conversation by adding the contact number in the hide list and you can hide group conversations by taping on locked groups and type in the group conversation you want to hide.

If you want to hide everything you can simply add all your contacts to the hide list, to show these conversations you can either set an activator gesture to do it or you can simply go to the settings app and toggle off the hide list. You can also set a passcode to disable access to the app to avoid unwanted people playing around. The Cydia tweak can be downloaded from Bigboss repo for a small price of $0.99 only.

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  1. Asphaleia can put a password protection lock on any of the apps you those. It is a tweak, so you must jailbreak your device first.