Scannable Locket Acts As Password For Kids’ iPad Diary

Scannable Locket Acts As Password For Kids’ iPad Diary

DanoToys’ iHeart Locket works with its iPad Diary App to keep entries secure and safe from parents.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 may 2013

The iHeart Locket from DanoToys is a cute piece of wearable tech for youngsters that acts as a key to their digital diary. If you push the key button, it transmits a unique code that opens the iHeart Locket Diary app, available to download for free from the App Store.

Gold i-Locket Keeps Digital Diary Entries Private

The app helps secure digital diary entries and keep secrets safe from nosy parents. You can also capture photos, stickers, drawings, and voice notes. Users can talk to the iHeart Diary to have it magically write down everything they say while keeping a recording of them saying it.

To make the writing and sketching disappear, simply push the lock button on the locket to hide all of the app’s contents. Photos saved to the diary can be printed out to perfectly fit the mini picture frame on the locket.

Entire pages of the diary can be saved into the photos folder and it can even be exported as an iBook. The iHeart Locket is available for $24.99.

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