Protect Your Android With Lookout Mobile Security
Most readers will be familiar with antivirus software for your PC. This little Android app – Lookout Mobile Security protects your Android device from malware and spyware.
Developed by XDA forum member Sonic Design, Lookout is lightweight, battery friendly and is completely free. In addition, it protects against the recently discovered DroidDream malware, which was found in a large number of apps.
As well as providing security for your Android device, Lookout also helps you locate your lost or stolen phone on Google Maps with a Find My Phone feature, and also provides a backup and restore function.
The app is available to download for free, so head on over to the application thread for the QR code, and to find out more.
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