Avira Free Android Security 2.0

Posted: August 15, 2013 in Antivirus and Security Software
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AviraAvira Free Android Security 2.0 – now with the functions of scanning and removing viruses

After a successful beta test, Avira announced the official release of an update Avira Free Android Security 2.0. Now the free app to block unauthorized access to mobile Android devices adds to the functions of the remote lock and erase capabilities of a comprehensive scan and remove viruses. Avira Free Android Security 2.0 supports smartphones and tablets running Android 2.2 and above.

“Avira has developed an application that combines the physical security of mobile devices and virtual security of the data on it,” – said Leon Crutchley, manager of mobile products Avira. The reports sounded company says that nearly 700,000 apps available in the online store Google Play Store, contain malicious code. When installing any software Avira Free Android Security 2.0 performs a check using their own anti-virus scanning engine – the owner of specialized awards. This is to prevent the installation of unwanted components in the operating system, tablet or smartphone.

In addition, Avira Free Android Security 2.0 performs automatic scanning of the mobile device each time you download updates, and assists the user in removing viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware and other malicious software.

Additionally, the new version of Avira Free Android Security 2.0 POSSIBILITY stored remotely block of Android mobile web-console Avira via GPS, Wi-Fi or cellular signal. If a user loses their phone, which is put on silent mode, web-console application enables the siren to find it. If the device is completely lost or stolen, the data on it can be wiped remotely to prevent access to them intruders and outsiders.

Renewed application Avira Free Android Security 2.0 is available for download from the online store Google Play Store or the official website of Avira. Supports English, German, French and Italian interface languages.

Based on the official press release of Avira.

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