AppLocker free download for Mac


04 June 2020

Password protection for individual apps.


AppLocker can password protect individual apps on your Mac. It's easy to use, and there is absolutely no configuration required. Just start AppLocker, add a password, and select the apps you want to keep private.

Use this tool and stop worrying about your privacy when you borrow your computer to a guest, friend, or family member. No one will mess with your important apps anymore.

  • Password protect individual applications on your Mac
  • Easy to use, absolutely no configuration required
  • Block access to applications that you want private and avoid
  • sneak peeks from guests, family members, friends or co-workers
  • Perfect for anyone who uses a Mac in the office or at home and shares the computer with co-workers, family members or guests

What's new in AppLocker

Version 3.5.0:

Note: While the software is classified as free, it offers in-App Purchases.

  • Fixed an issue that was causing AppLocker to request a password even if one was not configured

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How would you rate AppLocker app?

3 Reviews of AppLocker

31 August 2019
Version: 2.9.0

Most helpful

The free version is essentially a demo. You can only lock one app. More requires purchase.
08 July 2020
Version: 3.5.0
dont use it. it has screwed up my mail program and wont allow me to open it even through I am using the password i set. now I cant delete the program either
28 September 2019
Version: 3.0.0
Come across a locked app? Just change the Bundle ID in the app's Info.plist, remove the quarantine XA, if it's still present, and the app will launch. Meh. Granted, this might not work with Apple's own applications like Mail, Messages etc., because you'll need the admin password to modify nested code, and afterwards they might not launch, because you modified it. But with most other apps it will work just fine. So this app is probably useless, unless you want to protect your stuff against people you *know* have no clue about the inner workings of macOS.
31 August 2019
Version: 2.9.0
The free version is essentially a demo. You can only lock one app. More requires purchase.