Lookout, the popular cross-platform mobile security solution, has announced the availability of Lookout Premium -- the advanced version with extra features like the privacy advisor, remote lock and wipe, and enhanced backup and restore. We took a look at it a few weeks back -- check it out here. The app provides quite a bit for $2.99 a month ($29.99 annually), and the free 30 day trial lets you have a look and try the extras out for yourself. To try it, just install the free version from the Market (links after the break) and update from within the application.
To make things even better, the folks at Lookout have offered up ten one-year subscriptions for us to give away to readers. Head into the forums for the terms and enter for your chance to win! Head past the break to read the full press release and get the download link for Lookout.
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