Zip to Lock Screen

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    Zip to Lock Screen

    by: 535 7.8

    7.8 Users



    Zip to lock the screen and unzip to unlock the screen. This screen locker imitates zipper here to lock the screen for Android devices.


    Do you often charge your device because screen is on for long?

    Are you fed up with Android slide way to unlock screen locker?

    How many times do you unlock the screen only to find current time and date?

    Are you a person who likes creation and difference?

    All in all, this screen locker is totally different from other screen lockers.

    We can zip to lock the screen to save battery and troublesome.

    We can get daily information in the locked screen without unlocking the screen.

    This screen locker supports to zip to lock and unzip to unlock for Android mobiles and tablets.

    It is simple to use and easy to control for us.


    1. If you need reminder of vibration or ringtone, you can set in setting in advance.

    2. Turn on this screen locker and it will replace original screen locker for us.

    3. We can press POWER key to turn off the screen.

    4. When you turn on the screen with POWER key, you can get such daily information as date, time and day of week.

    5. Faced with this zipper, we can drag down to unzip to unlock the screen for free.

    If you want to try this zip screen locker, you can download it for free now. In this way you can get a new experience for your Android devices. If you are satisfied with this app, please give us 5 stars and share with your friends, if you have any problem, email us here.

    A zipper, zip, or zip fastener, can be a commonly used device for binding the edges of an opening of fabric or other flexible material, as on a garment or a bag. It might be used in clothing, luggage and other bags, sporting goods, camping gear, and other items. Whitcomb L. Judson could be an American mechanical engineer from Chicago who was the first to invent, conceive of the idea, and to construct a workable zipper. The method, still in use today, can be based on interlocking teeth. Initially it might be called the ¡°hookless fastener¡± and was later redesigned to become more reliable.

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