"All up in my phone, lookin' at pictures from the other night/
She gon' be upset if she keep scrollin' to the left, dawg/
She gon' see some shit that she don't wanna see/ 
She ain't ready for it/" -Drake

They never are.

Introducing Overswipe, the app that forever solves the problem of nosey friends/significant others who don't know when to stop swiping left in your photo gallery.  The idea is simple: give the app permission to access your photos, select which pictures you'd like to share, then hand off your iPhone without any fear of wifey accidentally swiping herself into last weekend's strip club adventures.

Genius, right?

The only caveat: you'll have to shell out an additional 99 cents for password protection.  Which you'll need to keep those who wish ill against your privacy from simply exiting Overswipe in favor of your normal photo gallery.

Unfortunately the app is currently only available for iOS, so for the time being Android users still have to resort to strong-arm tactics to protect themselves against overswiping.

[via thenextweb]