IVerify. - Secure your Phone! App Reviews

IVerify. - Secure your Phone! [Utilities] App Description & Overview

What is iverify. - secure your phone! app? iVerify is your personal security toolkit. Use iVerify to manage the security of your iOS device and detect modifications to your smartphone. iVerify makes it easy to manage the security of your accounts and online presence with simple instructional guides.

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IVerify. - Secure your Phone! Version 40.026 October 2022

Bug fixes and performance improvements.

IVerify. - Secure your Phone! Comments & Reviews 2022

- Rocky Dog

Most excellent app with superb content ! Not being very tech savvy, I would easily become confused. With the jargon and the functionality of same. This app gave me the guidance to reasonably protect my devices. And as I’d follow their guide lines along with their explanation of the process as to why I was being directed to change things. I began to understand and relate. All while feeling at ease my devices were reasonably protected. Now am researching the cause and effect of of all user end security info to try and remain secure in the quagmire of today’s digital world. Thanks iVerify for putting all this info under one umbrella.

- Good But Needs to be updated

It gives you a lot of information but requires you to manually make all of the changes. It's a shame that it can't pull up the settings and just allow you to check or uncheck and then apply all changes at once. Besides that, the instructions are dated. iOS 14.3 is out now and the steps given by this app do not match what you see in the menus and the screens which is somewhat confusing. You have to try to go and figure out where the setting is by yourself, for each one of them and there are Many settings it suggests changing. It really needs an update to the latest (current) OS in use today to be less confusing.

- App Recommendation

An app in which I can recommend to people to use and run through several exercises that promotes training and awareness. For years I have used a collection of links which at times change or are no longer available. This just simplifies this process. Recommendation for the developer - as IOS changes and users install different IOS versions, will the app detect the version and provide the instructions accordingly or will this app prompt the user to select their IOS version and provide instructions for that specific version?

- By and for elderly by privacy ascetics

This is a good app in a lot of ways, but a bad one in others because it was done by privacy ascetics. There are nice things in it, like that they will warn you if your software is out of date. In other cases; they want us to be elderly boomers who neither have a smartphone nor participate in the world. They recommend turning of Bluetooth. Fine, whatever. Do you have a watch (🍏 or otherwise) or AirPods? Well, they don’t. Do you have speakers you want to play music on? Don’t do that. Obviously they don’t do stuff like have a watch, play music, at least not without wired headphones. They want you to turn off airdrop, too, not just make sure you don’t accept things from everyone. This is an app by people who only do serious things with serious intent. They are the scolds who hate fun. Abstractly their advice is good and yet it is the digital equivalent of being told to eat brown rice, no red meat, no alcohol, and certainly no chocolate. Sure, the advice is good, but who wants to live like that? Oh, you do? You’ll love this app. It is the stern parent of the digital age.

- Helpful tips

Since the app has limited access to the iPhone, I imagine that limits the “scan” feature greatly. So I don’t put much faith into it. Still, it provides some reassurance. The tips and suggestions provides a wealth of information. I’d say it 99% matches what I’ve read elsewhere at various places online. Although, it’s great to have all of this in one place and in a format that helps keep track of everything, like a checklist.

- Price a bit steep for what you get

Of course, the only thing this app can tell you is your security posture because iOS is a walled garden. The only way to have true insight into security of an iOS device is the enterprise grade level. Nothing wrong with that for non-security minded people. However, I’ve offered all of this exact information on my personal website for free for the current and past two iOS firmware versions, not to mention the same material. I paid the $5 knowing it would be worthless for myself, but even for non-security minded people, it’s a bit steep to pay.

- Trusted Computers section

I am surprised tat this area has not been updated in the guide. Apple changed the mechanism of trusting a computer or not and removed the developer section from iOS. If you previously had a trusted computer but want your phone to quit automatically connecting to it you need to go to settings/general/reset/reset location and privacy. Then your phone will no longer trust any computer. If this was updated I would give this app 5 stars.

- Usable, accessible security

The amazing achievement of this app is just how accessible its capabilities and its instructions are. To tighten your personal security, you have got to take some actions that can’t be automated. But this app breaks those actions into snack sized steps that are nicely explained and illustrated. And the reasons for taking those steps, so you can see why you should do them, are clearly explained in plain language. This is a magnificent achievement. Thank you, Trail of Bits!

- Good advice, Good app

I’m an IT Consultant. I bought this app knowing Apple’s way of sandboxing limits how security apps work. It’s simple, but great for reminders and education about how to secure iDevices. The information on how to best secure the phone by using the built-in settings is great. Having a shortcut for Cloudflare DoH is great. Update: dropping to two stars DoH not working on iPadOS 14. Not installing profiles for any DoH provider. Reinstall not working. Also, app needs to be updated for newer models. It recommends I upgrade to iPad Pro 2018 or newer despite having a Pro 2020. Needs landscape mode for iPads with keyboards. Will bump back up to five stars when issues resolved.

- A great app

Downloaded it today after the ZDNET article came out. An exceptionally worthwhile app. It is packed full of useful iOS security information. Even somebody who is security savvy could benefit from the app. Moreover, for folks who aren’t especially security savvy, this app could be especially useful. So much so I got it for my wife as well. Frankly I would have paid $10 for it now that I have seen it in action.

- Much needed

Even though there is security info/training available most of us only do rudimentary or no levels of learning what and how to secure our devices. I feel this app takes it a step or two further that is much needed by a lot of people. Based on other attempts at providing a tool like this that have eventually been remove from the store I am hoping this one isn’t. Good start to addressing a serious problem.

- Solid Security App!

Finally, I have found an app for my iPhone & iPad that I trust to keep me safe. iVerify is a solid security suite that offers protection across every aspect of your device. And it is well worth the few dollars they ask to gain access to this premier security app. I would recommend iVerify to anyone. Period.

- It’s good but …

How is there not a single option to reset all the guides? If I reset my settings or if a software update causes a toggle to reset I have to go through what is already “marked as done”. It’s like the developer wants you to use the app only once. If I am missing the option to reset all guides then I will make changes to this review. Until then it really makes this app a Google search away from being replaced (a free alternative).

- Great App

This is a great app that walks you through a list of settings to help setup a more secure iphone. It’s a great app that explains why you should use those settings. It is getting a bit outdated but most settings aren’t far off from where they were. I’d give it a 4-5 Star if it was updated. I do recommend it to everyone and would love to see a list of recommendations for Safari Experimental Features.

- Don’t waste your money!

This is a referral app only! Meaning it points the user to vulnerabilities and suggests remedies, but takes NO ACTION towards said remedies. In my case it claims to have scanned my entire device in less time than it took to purchase the app, yet finds it to be secure. For a PAID app, it behaves as though it is a freebie. After reading other reviews, it seems as though the developer has standard canned responses, no solutions, and does not appear to be in search of any. Disappointing...money down the drain. Yes it is only $2.99, but it was MY $2.99...remitted for services that were NOT rendered.

- Great security app

Simple and affordable security app for your iPhone. While it’s hard to crack into an iPhone, it’s still possible, and these people will help you catch it if it happens. Definitely recommend the small payment for all the features it offers.

- Needs a non-paranoid mode

Some of the stuff suggested (disabling Bluetooth) is overkill even for many of the people who use this app. Most people like using their airpods. The stuff that adds inconveniences should be kept in a higher category.

- Very simple, clear, and relevant

App is well designed and works well. The concept of both doing automated checks as well as education is great. Anyone following through the checklists can make appropriate judgements of what risks they’re willing to take and they’ll be more secure for it.

- Good scare

Something very strange happened to me with the last update of this application yesterday. I could not connect to many internet sites, some even required me to send email to their help site informing that they had blocked my IP due to many requirements. I uninstalled and reinstalled it and everything was back to normal.

- Uninstalling

How can I uninstall this app? It cost $3 and then $16 a month after that. I’ll pay for this month but I can’t see this in my subscriptions on my phone. I like the app! I just don’t need it now.

- Waste of money.

This app was installed just to see if it worked. It doesn’t. Mine and my husbands phones have both been hijacked. This has been confirmed by Apple and Verizon! Just to see if this would have saved us untold headaches I installed it to put it in our new phones. Simply out, it didn’t work! Not a single issue was found on not one, but two hijacked devices. All thumbs up. Ha! All hands out - wanting my money back.

- DOES NOT work on this iPad

This might be a minor annoyance, but Apple should not indicate that an app works on this iPad when it doesn’t support landscape mode. I use my ipad almost exclusively in that mode with the attached keyboard, and to have an app that doesn’t support landscape mode is, well, annoying. Redundant, I know, but there it is.

- Allows for a secure device

This application keeps me on track for keeping my device secure. It has been well worth the money.

- For non tech savvy only

Save your $ A majority of this is just advising you. It can’t see what security measures you have already put in place and advise you on what’s missing, it’s just a$5 run through of what you can do to secure your phone better. The ‘limit software exploits’ section could not detect that my auto updates were on. You get a content blocker for safari basically.

- Outdated app

Some good initial instructions on how to secure my iPhone 13 pro. However, some instructions are outdated and work for previous versions of iOS, not 15.3, which I currently have. iVerify Trail of Bits, please update instructions to the most current version of iOS. Also, DNS does not work correctly in iOS version 15.3.

- My phone is so hacked

When I bought this app I didn’t expected to do wonders, what I did expected was to the least tell me is something was wrong not even what it was. The hacker can, read it very well, can read, spy in any shape and form delete etc, remotely and you tell my everyday that my device is secure. I am quite sure he can even review your app and laugh at it as I sen you this message, all this on an IOS platform. This bad is your app.

- Useless

The only thing this app does is tell you to turn things off like Bluetooth, etc. When you do so even if you’re selective, half of the things you rely and don’t work. I don’t really need an app to tell me that Bluetooth could be a potential security threat. I balance that against the usefulness of having my car radio receive phone calls when I’m driving. I think this is a total waste of money.

- IVerify.

I had a T-Mobile employee clone our phones and get our bank and personal info. Since iVerify. we have no issues.

- Checklist App

Honestly this app is just a checklist of things you can do to keep safe. Most of the things i had already done way before this app came about. I wish i could get a refund. This app is how to keep your phone safe for dummies kind of thing.

- Does nothing

This app really doesn’t do anything. The selling point for this app is that it gives you lists of what youre able to do to se yes your phone……. All these lists can be found online by Google searching how to upgrade your internet security doesn’t do any deep scans or anything of that matter. Don’t pay for something you can Google for free

- This is great

I’m pretty savvy with my iPhone settings but I’m learning quite a bit more with this app. Easy to use, quick to the point explanations, and well designed.

- Very informative but nothing special

Bumped down because I sent a question and never got a response. The app says I’m using DoH but under wi-fi settings is says I’m still using xfinity dns???? Leave on automatic or set to manual and For dns server? How do I really know where my dns queries are going?

- Meh not worth it

This app does not go beyond the standard basic checks seems like. Basically enable lock your phone, face recognition, update your stuff and thats it. If i see anything that goes beyond the very basic analysis i will update this review and rate. For now i think is an overpriced app that reminds you to lock your phone and update it. No offense to the developer, theres no real use case here specially since the iOS Apple store provides pretty good security controls since iOS is not open source. Pro: well made app very easy to use.

- A great, “must have“ app!

I tell anyone who cares the slightest bit about security and privacy that they must use an iPhone and get this app. It’s terrific. One area it could be improved however: it would be great if it explained exactly why to upgrade iOS versions and what security improvements each release has incorporated.

- Impressed

After having my Apple ID and iCloud compromised, l am impressed with the safeguards iVerify offers. I’m still going through the security measures l can implement to hopefully eliminate any future hackers from violating our privacy and compromising our information.

- ??

So I received an email saying my info had been compromised via a data breach with iverify. Can you please explain why I was never informed about this directly from you? Rather, a well known data breach site? Thanks...

- 2 DNS icons

I needed to factory reset my phone recently. When reinstalling Iverify, I found there were 2 icons under the VPN & Network setting. This also happened when I first downloaded for the first time, but at some point was corrected. How can this be rectified? Is there an update needed? Thanks, I’m God’s

- it’s very helpful.

I do enjoy the top tier background checks against detection & malware! it’s super organized & walks you through it all much enjoyed!!!

- Not useful, No notifications

Just learned about iOS 15.3 from Matt Green on Twitter, not iVerify once again. I’ve been using this app since it came out and not once have I learned about an update from it (notifications nor widget). So, finally uninstalling. Reflects incredibly poorly on Trail of ____, the company behind it.

- App not reflecting suggested changes

I’ve gone through each of the suggestions and have either toggled on or off, according to the recommended settings, but every category continues to show “0 of x marked complete”. If these changes aren’t reflecting, how am I to trust that the app is even functional???

- Scam of an app

This app does nothing but give you a d.i.y list on how to change several settings on your iPhone to make it more secure. You'll save yourself money and the trouble if you look up an forum with this same quality of information. Very disappointed.

- What is this actually doing?

Aside from telling me to disable JavaScript in safari (breaks most sites) and other “tips” what does this app provide? Please respond before I refund this nonsense.

- Fails to notify when updates are available on time

Did not notify me that a security-critical iOS update for an actively-exploited vulnerability was available until almost two weeks after the update was released.

- Stopped Working

Paid for app and less than 24 hours, just stopped working. Won’t scan for issues. Just says no problems. How can the app tell if there’s any problem if it just does nothing. Disappointed! Want my money back!!!!

- Tracks you

It says your data isn’t collected but I found 7 marketing trackers built in. I find it ironic that a security app (which I paid for) is tracking and most likely selling my data.

- This app caused me a tremendous amount of grief

I purchased this app and when I installed it on my IPhone 11 it shutdown cellular data. T-mobile couldn’t figure it out and I had to take my phone to Apple and they were the ones that figured out this app was blocking my cellular Data.

- USELESS: please give more details on what specific items are being checked

It would be very helpful if the list of specific threats/breadcrumbs that the app checks for, was provided. Without this, it’s hard to simply trust the developer it’s doing a good job of checking for the right things.

- No Updates

What happened to increased security news updates? None. None since July 17, 2022. Not even an article about Apple's security alert and update. It helps to be in the know.

- Does this work??

Does this thing actually do anything? I followed the guidelines and made the adjustments but really, does it do anything???

- From a Boomer

Unfortunately I don’t understand or know what many terms mean so I’m going on limited faith that I’m doing the right thing. Maybe there needs to be a Verify for dummies/boomers.

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- Overpriced

This basically tells you what settings to turn on/off within the iOS settings menu for better security. All of which most people have done and can also be found online. Also gives you tips for better security across different social platforms. Not worth the hefty price tag!

- Save Image W/out Metadata Removed in v37?

Title says it all. A really useful feature - saving images with out metadata looks to have been rm’d in the latest release, v37.

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- DNS-Over-HTTPS is malicious

Used DOH via the Quad9 provider and did a dns leak test only to notice two IPV6 ips from WoodyNet (as expected from Quad9) and an additional IPV4 address listing a cloud hosting company datahive.ca. When I was grocery shopping today pages on safari stopped responding. It wasn’t until I uninstalled DOH and restarted my phone that the network acted normally. Uninstalled iVerify and reset my network settings. Definitely an untrustworthy app.


It is crazy how many things that can be leaked through our phones. Excellent buy for anyone interested in protecting their privacy and data. I never knew of 80% of the things that have been brought to my attention. Good buy.

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The applications IVerify. - Secure your Phone! was published in the category Utilities on 2019-11-08 and was developed by Trail of Bits [Developer ID: 1466120519]. This application file size is 50.35 MB. IVerify. - Secure your Phone! - Utilities app posted on 2022-10-26 current version is 40.0 and works well on IOS 13.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.trailofbits.iverify2