5,000 - 10,000 downloads
- Highly customizable
- Original idea
- Boring after a while
- In some devices can be "killed"
iTricked is an original screen-lock app for teasing curious friends
iTricked launches a fake Android desktop. There's a hidden way to unlock your phone but we won't reveal it here since it's a secret, isn't it? (read "help" section first time you launch the app). You can use the menu to customize security settings and the content of your fake Android homescreen.
What iTricked does is emulating all the elements of an Android desktop to let your gossip friends open-mouthed. For example, if they tap "messaging" to curious your messages, they will find a fake picture with embarrassing messages. Likewise if they tap "dialer" a fatal system error will be popped up, if they tap "camera" phone will start vibrating, etc. From settings you can deactivate application, customize text messages and emails and customize text within browser screen.
This is the funniest way to cut your curious friends short. Hilarious.
"This is the funniest way to cut your curious friends short."
Do you have nosy friends? Introducing iTricked!
iTricked is the best way to prank curious friends that snoop through your phone and is security for when your smartphone is unlocked!
iTricked presents a false homescreen that cannot be exited by someone who does not perceive the trick or does not know the special unlocking mechanism. The icons on the homescreen are customizable content or trigger false system error messages intended to prank and embarrass the malignant user and cause them to cease interaction with your phone.
Fake Homescreen with realistic Android icons.
Fake System Error Messages.
Customize texts, emails and browser history.
Additional defense mechanism to a native lock screen.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
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I pranked my sister. It was hilarious
I agree. No other developer has thought of an app like this. Simply amazing!
Eh it's ok