Wireless networks are expanding nearly every day, and the mobile phone as we knew it half-decade ago is dead and gone. Today, a substantial percentage of consumers carry an always-on internet device that's used for e-mail, web browsing, social networking, and more.
I'm away from my computer for most of the day, so I rely on my Evo to keep me connected to the web, family, and friends. My phone (like yours I'm betting) is loaded with personal e-mails, sensitive online banking information, and saved passwords. Malicious apps or a lost/stolen phone could lead to disastrous consequences -- so for these reasons alone, some may find it necessary to invest in some extra security.
Enter BullGuard Mobile Security 10 -- a new name in Android security. Find out more after the break.
Boasting features such as anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-theft, parental controls, firewall, spam filter, and basic backup, BullGuard Mobile Security 10 provides a robust security suite designed to protect your sensitive data, and put your mind at ease.
Available on BlackBerry OS, Symbian, Android, and Windows phones, BullGuard Mobile Security 10 comes with a transferable license to make sure you're covered in case you ever switch platforms. It'll cost you a slightly lofty $29.99 per year -- and only you can decide if that price is right for you -- so head on over to their website for more information.
It isn't live in the Android Market yet, and their download page says it only supports Windows Mobile and Symbian devices, but that should change in the coming days. You'll want to keep your eyes on this app if you're looking for some beefier security on your Android device. [BullGuard]
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