In my previous tutorials, I showed you a couple of options that are simple to activate and will help protect your passwords even more for Windows and your Mac.

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Today, I’ll show you how to set Autolock for your iPhone. Autolock locks Sticky Password when your iPhone or iPad has been inactive for a set amount of time. This is a useful security feature, especially if you use your iPhone or iPad anywhere where there are other people, like at work, school or your dorm room – even your living room!

Run Sticky Password and tap Settings in the lower right corner of the display.

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Select Auto-Lock Delay.

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Sticky Password will lock after the set amount of time of inactivity of your iPhone or iPad.

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The default option for Autolock is When leaving app. If you want to change the default option, select it from the drop-down menu and click Done.

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When you need to leave your iPhone or iPad and want to lock Sticky Password immediately, just tap Lock in the  Sticky Password App Protection menu.

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That’s all there is to it!