When you first open Obstructer, it prompts you to set it as the default launcher. This is to ensure that the home button is disabled. The user is locked into the app and nothing is accessible, besides the calling feature, of course. When that person is finished with their call, a password prompt opens. When the correct password is entered (“1234” is the default), Obstructer is disabled and your phone is returned back to normal. It is a simple app to use, but helpful in a lot of ways. The free version includes all of these features, and the paid version adds a messaging feature, so that someone can send a message to someone without being able to see your messages. A photo feature is coming soon, so that you’ll be able to show someone one photo without them being able to scroll through your whole photo gallery.
• Simple dialer app that hides the notification bar, recent apps and disables the back button.
• Password protected so that the user is locked into the app (“1234” is the default).
• Small footprint
• Full version adds:
o Private messaging service so that your messages cannot be seen.
o Ad free experience.
o Coming soon: Photo viewer so that only one photo can be seen.Website: http://www.i-m.co/avanosapp/Obstructer/
Lite version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...w.avanos8.lite
Full version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...avanos8.adfree