Bushey man invents face recognition app for iPhone

An inventor from Bushey has designed a novel face-recognition iPhone and iPad security app that is being sold on iTunes.

Jeremy Rose has invented FaceCrypt, which requires users to take a ‘selfie’ to secure their vital data.

The app can be used to store a number of apps including Facebook, Amazon, Itunes, Paypal and more.

Mr Rose, from Hartsbourne Park in Bushey Heath, said: "There is way too much important information on our iPhones and iPads to be left unprotected, or poorly protected.

"Losing this information would be disastrous to our personal and professional life."

The app was launched on November 24.

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12:39pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Andrew Turpie says...

I can see one fundamental flaw, a very high proportion of iphone users are image conscious, which means the majority of the time they will be botoxed and "fillered" to an inch of their lives on a regular basis. Revisiting your phone with a Daffy Duck pout could cost you your data if your phone classes you as a stranger ;-) very few sales down Essex way me thinks lol.
I can see one fundamental flaw, a very high proportion of iphone users are image conscious, which means the majority of the time they will be botoxed and "fillered" to an inch of their lives on a regular basis. Revisiting your phone with a Daffy Duck pout could cost you your data if your phone classes you as a stranger ;-) very few sales down Essex way me thinks lol. Andrew Turpie

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