Scammers are using the unprecedented, global coverage of the spread of the WannaCry ransomware to dupe Android users into downloading bogus apps that pretend to provide protection against it, despite the fact that WannaCry only works on Windows computers. Show More Summary
Enterprise customers need intelligent security tools to protect their data as part of a successful mobile deployment. Android is built with enterprise security in mind, from the platform to the security services that now check 50 billion apps a day. Show More Summary
Google is giving its anti-malware service a more prominent position in Android and it's working on a partial fix for its version fragmentation problem.
Google is rolling out new security features to Android to help keep you and your device protected: here's the lowdown.
Since Google introduced Android Device Manager in 2013 it has updated the feature periodically, but the latest change gives it a new name -- Find My Device -- and a few new features. It's now a part of the Google Play Protect service mentioned earlier during I/O, and most Android owners should see an update for it on their devices. Show More Summary
Google today launched the first Android O beta (think of it as the second Android O developer preview). You can start testing your apps against this release by downloading the new preview from developer.android.com/preview. The preview includes an updated SDK with system images for the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel […]
Whether you’re checking email for work, playing Pokémon Go with your kids or watching your favorite movie, confidence in the security of your device and data is important. And since day one, Android has been built with security in mind. Show More Summary
Google Play Protect, unveiled at Google I/O this morning, is Google’s visible doubling down on its commitment to Android security. In essence, Google Play Protect is a set of features that will ensure your device is always secure. This...Show More Summary
Google Play Protect will use machine learning to scan for malicious apps. A big theme at this year's Google I/O has been machine learning. Furthermore, we know that keeping our phones secure is more important than ever. Google uses its powerful machine learning tools within the Google Play Store to scan and verify the apps installed on your phone. Show More Summary
In an effort to make apps run better and with greater security on Android O, Google has unveiled "Vitals" during its Google I/O keynote. One of the key aspects of it, Google Play Protect, provides "comprehensive security services for Android," as we've detailed in a separate post. Show More Summary
Your phone's security is more important than ever, and Google knows it. The internet giant is launching Google Play Protect, a suite of services that help you secure any Android device with Play Store access. The feature scans apps for...Show More Summary
The idea of downloading security software on your Android device might seem a little daunting, but then, there are many good reasons to do so. Just about anyone– fraudsters included—are submitting their apps to Google Play Store and the other popular sources for downloading apps. Show More Summary
Developer 10Tons has released its space arcade shooter Xenoraid in the Google Play Store, after previously launching it for PCs and consoles.
Google intends to take a more proactive approach to manage fraudulent and spammy applications in the Google Play Store. The company said it has new tools on deck that will help it protect the integrity of the store by automatically finding apps that attempt to falsely boost their visibility in search results.
Play Store should spot exploits The “Quadrooter” vulnerabilities in Qualcomm-based Android phones might grant total control over target devices, but Google reckons attacks should hardly ever reach users.…
Apps from the Google Play Store are the center of an Android device. They let you play games, listen to music in new and exciting ways, and all around make your phone or tablet better. However, downloading Play Store applications can also be dangerous. Show More Summary
There are over 1.43 million apps on the Google Play Store, and more than 500 billion downloads. That’s a lot of apps, but which are the best for protecting your device and staying safe? Android is one of the most open and customizable...Show More Summary
We launched Chromebooks for people who wanted a fast, simple and secure computing experience. Chromebooks just work -- open the lid, and within seconds, you’re on your favorite sites and apps, getting stuff done. Virus protection and automatic updates are built-in, so you don't have to manage your computer. Show More Summary
Have you tried Link Bubble ? It is definitely one of the most interesting browsers you will find in the Google Play Store. It's hard to explain how the mech