If you want to protect your Android phone with an anti-virus app, you must follow one simple rule


A company called AV comparatives issued a report (via Engadget) after testing 250 anti-malware apps for Android phones. The company found that 68% of these apps were practically useless. 80 of the apps were able to detect at least 30% of malicious apps from last year without registering any false alarms. The testing revealed that the legit anti-virus apps that caught most of the malware came from developers you might know such as (in alphabetical order) AVG, Kaspersky, McAfee and Symantec.
32 of the apps have already been pulled from the Google App Store during …

Go to Source