AirWatch Content Locker

AirWatch Content Locker


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AirWatch by VMware enables secure mobile access to content anytime, anywhere on Android devices. An enterprise-grade file sync and share solution, AirWatch® Secure Content Locker protects your sensitive content in a corporate container and provides users with a central application to securely access, store and distribute the latest documents from their Android devices.

NOTE: AirWatch Secure Content Locker works in conjunction with and is managed through configurable system settings within the admin console. AirWatch Secure Content Locker will not operate without the required AirWatch infrastructure. Please contact your IT administrator before installing AirWatch Secure Content Locker.

AirWatch Secure Content Locker Key Features


•Enterprise-grade security policies and data loss prevention
•Device-aware file distribution, access and compliance with MDM
•Integrated solution developed on the AirWatch® Enterprise Mobility Management platform

Content Repositories

•Flexible content storage in the cloud or existing repositories
•Seamless VPN connection to internal content repositories

User Experience

•Anytime, anywhere access across mobile, desktop and web
•Intuitive user interface with smart views, folders and search
•Available in 17 languages based on user preference
•Native support for Office, PDF, audio, video, image, zip files and more


•Photo and video capture in secure, containerized application
•Content sharing, editing, feedback and peer collaboration
•Activity feed with latest updates and user collaboration

Steps for Activation:

1.Download and install AirWatch Secure Content Locker on your device from the Google Play Store.
2.Open the app and authenticate using your credentials.
3.Gain access to enterprise content and start collaborating with your peers.


AirWatch Secure Content Locker supports Android versions 3.0 and above for Android smartphones and tablets.

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Recently changed in this version

New Viewer Offers:
- Support for RTF and TXT files
- Support for new image formats
- Password-protected Microsoft Office Suite documents
- Support for Edit and View modes
- Table of Contents for PDFs
- Quick scroll and improved rendering of large files
- Robust selection of annotation and edit options for PDF and Microsoft Office Suite files
- In-memory decryption for documents
- Android 5.0 Support

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Comments and ratings for AirWatch Content Locker
  • (35 stars)

    by Jeff Reinhart on 15/01/2015

    Unreliable. Stops running all the time, does not open word files, worst program I have ever had to use. (My fortune 100 company inexplicably bought it and got rid of Good. Huge mistake

  • (35 stars)

    by Kuldeep Pattanaik on 14/01/2015

    Only first few pages of large files open.

  • (35 stars)

    by Daryl Clark on 02/01/2015

    The 5.0 SDK has been out for 6 months now and still no Lollipop support, makes this app useless

  • (35 stars)

    by Al Eadie on 21/12/2014

    Rarely opens larger files, can't show PowerPoint presentations.

  • (35 stars)

    by Andrew Moir on 18/11/2014

    Integration with Airwatch Inbox is a bit flaky. You open an attachment, enter the username and password, but it takes you to the main screen rather than opening the attachment. Only seems to do it for certain attachments which is a bit odd.

  • (35 stars)

    by Robert Grass on 04/11/2014

    It appears this app his open ports which weakens the security. Not impressed, do not recommend.

  • (35 stars)

    by Ems Test2 on 31/10/2014

    Requires many reinstalls to resolve bugs. Duplicates network file share references frequently. Cannot clear credentials through native methods. Little to no configuration documentation. Not worth the trouble yet.

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