Lookout is known for its Android security app that lets you remotely track and lock your phone when it has been lost or stolen. The latest version includes a new Lock Cam feature that launches the front-facing camera and snaps a photograph when someone tries unsuccessfully to unlock your phone.
When a user enters a lock screen password incorrectly three times in a row, the software will send a photograph and location coordinates to the email that is setup in the Lookout software. Lock Cam will work with phones that include a front-facing camera, Android 2.3+ and the Android lock screen enabled.
You can view a demo of Lock Cam in the YouTube video below and test it out by downloading the latest version of Lookout from the Google Play Store.
[Via Lookout Mobile Security]