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After getting a glimpse of Avast's new mobile security solution a few weeks ago, I just had to dive in and give the app a full review. Avast, the long-awaited marriage of Avast and IT Agents' Theft Aware (see our review), certainly doesn't disappoint. It has an insane number of features, all of which appear to work perfectly, and it sounds like things will only be improving with time.

And did I mention the full-featured, root-enhanced app is completely free with no paid version in sight? As in, even the previously paid (Theft-Aware used to cost 10EUR) features.

Check out this handy feature matrix:

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And this video, which provides us with a quick overview of just a few of Avast's capabilities:

At A Glance

Avast Mobile Security is stunning not only in terms of functionality, but also in its design and usability. The app's interface is extremely polished, and handles Avast's myriad of features with ease, avoiding a cluttered feeling, and walking users through each feature gently, with full explanations of just what you're getting into. Apps with as long a list of features as Avast often feel too busy, and features sometimes aren't exactly practical. This is not the case with Avast. Each and every feature Avast offers is practical, sensible, and most importantly functional.

My only complaints with Avast are minor and really don't detract from its functionality at all.

Features

If you haven't gotten the picture yet, Avast does just about everything you could ever need a security app to do. That being said, it will be easiest to discuss each feature separately, in order of their appearance.

Virus Scanner

First up is Avast's Virus Scanner. This feature is what you would expect, scanning apps and memory contents for viruses or other malware. For added convenience, users can schedule scans according to days of the week and specific time frames. The scanner looks through apps and SD card contents, to make sure you're safe from malware. Interestingly, users can schedule virus scans.

Of course, as a lot of us know, most new Android malware is only detected after it does some damage and oftentimes by the time virus definitions are updated, the malware is already long gone from the Market. Therefore, we won't put too much weight on the Virus Scanner - there are features in Avast that are way cooler and more useful.

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Privacy Advisor

Next is Avast's Privacy Advisor. This tool tells users which apps have access to which data, essentially organizing installed applications according to individual permissions. Avast includes a short description of each permission, making it easy for users to see exactly what each app can look at. As I'll discuss later, some of these permissions can be blocked using Avast's handy Firewall tool. Considering what a close eye users often keep on app permissions, this feature is extremely handy.

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Application Management

Avast's Application Management tool is a relatively simple task manager, but brings Avast's sleek UI and intuitive functionality to an otherwise run-of-the-mill feature. The App Management tool lists all running apps, and allows users to organize the list by size, memory, CPU usage, and a handful of other categories. When a user selects an app, Avast brings up a screen just like the one found in Android's native app management settings, with the added functionality of Avast's firewall options (more on that later). Adding subtle redundancies like these gives Avast a more cohesive feel, without making things feel cluttered or bogged down with unnecessary elements.

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Web Shield

Web Shield is an excessively simple tool, controlled by just one check box, which actively protects users from online threats including phishing websites, malware, etc. This is a great idea, and  since it only works with the default Android browser, users of aftermarket browsers, such as Dolphin, Firefox, or Opera, probably won't need to bother with this tool at all.

Personally, I have never run into a malware issue while browsing the web, so I'm not exactly sure how often this feature comes into play, but I suppose it's comforting to know that the protection is there.

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SMS and Call Filter

Avast also features call and SMS filters, meaning users can block incoming (and outgoing) calls and text messages according to contacts, groups, times, and days of the week, making it incredibly easy and intuitive to prevent unwanted messages or calls from being received or transmitted. This doesn't feel so much like a security option, as much as a feature thrown in for convenience. That being said, it's more sophisticated than many of the call/SMS blocker apps out there, functions perfectly, and is – in my opinion – a nice touch.

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Firewall

Remember the Firewall feature I mentioned earlier? Essentially, Avast's Firewall allows users to block certain apps from doing certain things, namely Wi-Fi access, 3G access, and roaming data access. This feature requires root, but can save a lot of data if you've got apps that like to eat up a lot of bandwidth.

Firewall features for root users aren't new to Android - in fact, we've been enjoying them ever since DroidWall came to the Market. However, DroidWall doesn't include roaming blocking features, and if you decide to go with Avast anyway for some of its other features, you might as well utilize the Firewall and consolidate several apps into one.

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Anti-Theft

Avast's Anti-Theft functionality (the real meat of any security app, in my opinion) is almost as sophisticated as you'd expect after using the rest of Avast's features. If you're already familiar with Theft Aware, you'll recognize it immediately, albeit rebranded and much prettier.

The anti-theft protection is divided into two sections – basic settings and advanced settings.

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Basic settings essentially allows users to enter their name, choose a password (for use when accessing the app itself), and remote control options (which is basically a list of "friend" numbers which can control your device via SMS in case of loss or theft). The more practical aspects of Avast's protection are in the advanced settings, however.

Avast has included many features in their anti-theft protection that I've been looking for in other apps for a while – namely, users can force a data connection (if rooted), and save Avast's settings in case of a data wipe.

First off, Avast offers a ton of options for when your device falls into the wrong hands. Users can set a variety of "protection behaviors" which will be triggered upon SIM card change, or when the device is marked as "lost." These include some fairly standard features like lock and siren, but Avast has added some new (and refreshing features) including forced data connection, and the ability to deny a thief access to USB debugging, program manager, and phone settings, which honestly seem a lot more practical than the basic protection behaviors found in other apps.

Anti-Theft's advanced settings menu includes an option to check for updates, which could be confusing. However, it's there because Anti-Theft, in fact, is a separate module (you can uninstall Avast and keep just Anti-Theft if you want), and updates to it are delivered independently of the main app. Theft Aware users will recognize this behavior from the good old days, as the TA Market app was just an installer. An extra handy feature, when installing updates, is the immediate option to install to root, essentially making Avast a system app and preventing it from being deleted or uninstalled. As you may remember from previous security reviews, this is a highly sought-after feature which certainly inspires confidence in an anti-theft solution.

The one (and only) complaint I have with Avast's anti-theft protection is that it relies solely on SMS commands, and has no online interface at the moment. That being said, Avast demoed the online interface to Artem privately in Prague, and assured us that it will be added in "early 2012," so the already sophisticated protection will soon be even closer to perfection.

Final Thoughts

Overall, Avast is an incredibly strong contender among mobile security apps. The fact that it's free is a huge plus, and serves as the icing on the cake. All of Avast's features seem to work perfectly, and are simply polished, intuitive, and well thought-out.

Besides the fact that we don't (yet) have an online interface to control Avast, I have just one other minor complaint, which is that Avast asks for my PIN way too often, even asking me to re-enter the pass code while navigating within the app. I suppose in the end this adds a marginal amount of security, but when using the app, it can be a pain.

The main settings menu also allows users to set options related to automatic software updates. At first, I was confused about them, but Avast clarified that they're actually not software updates but rather virus definition updates, and the wording will be refined in a future update.

Again, these are only very minor complaints. I honestly can't find much to complain about in terms of functionality or user experience, meaning this app is truly a winner. How does it stack up to other security apps? I think Avast is close to being beyond comparison, really. Avast is probably the most well-rounded security app I've used yet, and shows no signs of slowing down.

Considering it's completely free, I would definitely recommend clicking through the Market link below and start protecting your device with one of the most comprehensive, complete, and functional apps you'll ever see.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • http://www.funiaste.net Terrible Monster

    I always ask myself those questions:

    1) Why install such software?
    2) Why sacrifise so many MBs of RAM?
    3) Do we really need it?

    No, I haven't installed it. I don't think I need it. These programs are free for now, to make you get used to them. After a year or so, you'll have to spare a couple of bucks.

    • mintvilla

      Dont be stupid, this is Avast, ive used there anti virus software on my pc for about 4 years.

      Also fair enough on the anti virus stuff, i dont think we need it either, however the anti theft stuff is fantastic, if your rooted even if they do a system wipe the app remains.

      unless your never going out and wont get robbed, everyone needs this app.

      • http://www.funiaste.net Terrible Monster

        Thanks. You made me think twice. :)

      • Jon Garrett

        He's right though, I ask myself the same question.

        NONE of these "virus" programs ever find anything on my phones or tablets (maybe because I don't have a virus :-) or maybe they just don't work)

        As for the anti-theft or lost phone portion of the software, it was useless on my iPhones so I took care to never loose them or get robbed.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      10MB of RAM isn't much, and it's exactly how much avast is using on my phone.

      Why and do we need? Read over the feature list and look past the Malware part, then make your own decision.

      I am so sick and tired of everyone generalizing all security apps as if they are completely useless.

      • http://www.funiaste.net Terrible Monster

        You have created the best Android site ever. Don't get mad every time somebody has another point of view.

        • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

          Sorry, I'm just irritated because people read something or hear something somewhere and then generalize and repeat the same "facts" even when they don't apply or don't paint the full picture. After a while it gets frustrating.

      • cowgaR

        I am with you Artem, but you probably need an article that Antiviruses are useless on Android (skip the anti-theft part ok?) like they are on windows - for more knowledgable among us.

        You can't get a virus if you don't have a root (even if, there's superuser) and aren't clicking like mad on everything on a market which requires list of permissions long as highway to hell.
        Or using insecure browsers (stick with proven Opera Mobile) on insecure sites - which I don't visit even on PC, yet on mobile device.

        Plus it is a good advice to have a firewall installed as all those apps requiring internet permission which is nonsense in 99% cases (even when they do not have ads - like the company which needs it in every app (among others) you recently posted a review - network mini, hate those apps)

        It is exactly like with a PC running patched win7SP164bit + FW - impossible to get virus, unless you are:

        - pluging unknown USB sticks/DVDs on daily basis accepting everything and running as administrator with UAC off
        - aren't aware of virustotal.com
        - accepting any prompt that comes out
        - regularly downloading Megan Fox porn videos.exe

        antivirus companies must live from something yet this isn't as ridiculous on a PC, but on android - come'n. At least AVAST aims it as an antitheft solution.

        • cowgaR

          just a clarification, I've used AVAST! on my PCs (still is installed on one) and consider it to be the best free solution for windows, bar none. Installing it to my friends on regular basis.

          I like the company - although its detection went down in 2011, they were fine in 2010 though.

          So nothing against AVAST! as they are fine on Windows (I would recommend paid versions of Norton / F-Secure in 2011 - at least all tests are showing that) but this new anti-virus market on android really annoys me.

          First thing google should do is have some kind of censorship of market apps. At least scan all newcomers with all the antiviruses and check their privacy permissions before accepting them. Would be a quick job - they don't need freaking Quality control like on iOS where app gets rejected because of icon. Just scan the stupid app before aproving it google, will you?

      • John

        One of the things I love is being able to listen in on your phone to hear what the people who stole your phone are saying. It will also tell you exactly where your phone is. If someone changes your SIM, it will tell you what the new phone number is. Along with allot of other great features.

        On my phone (HTC EVO 3D) avast! is using 1 process and 2 services totaling 3.6MB.

    • augustofretes

      The anti-theft offered by Avast is absolutely brillitant. You can install Avast AT, and just get rid of the antivirus and privacy stuff.

  • mastermind26

    After trying Bit Defender (was really good to me), Lookout and Theft Aware, I'd say this is the greatest thing since sliced bread.

    I firmly support this software.

  • Mark

    If you want your device to become bogged down and slow, then go ahead and install this. These people are only playing on fears that are almost non existent. Even the reviewer can't find any reason for the virus scanner which is the main meat of the app.

    The other features in the app can be found in various other apps that don't force you to install a whole suite of apps/features that you don't need/use.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Bogged down and slow? Care to back this up?

      AVAST uses 10MB of ram on my phone, and doesn't slow anything down. It has never triggered a cpu usage monitor, and the fact that they are the reason Theft Aware is free now makes it worth installing already. I dare you find an app with the same root level integration as theft aware.

    • David Ruddock

      I can also vouch that Avast definitely doesn't slow down my phone.

      And how do all those extra features in any way, shape, or form burden you? If you don't need part of the app, don't use that part. The beauty of Avast is that it's one-stop shopping - you get everything you could possibly need out of a security app in one package. Don't like a feature? Don't use it. There's tons of other useful ones. Also, antivirus is not the "main" feature of the app by any stretch of the imagination, you're simply assuming it is because AVAST is known for making AV software. The anti-theft features from Theft Aware constitute practically a whole other suite of options.

      Last time I checked, unused features won't cause your phone to spontaneously combust. You can turn pretty much any unwanted feature off.

  • Supercharger

    Nice review! As somebody who has been using TA ever since the review on AP, this is a great follow up. Interesteingly, a lot of the new features, save the Virus scanner, are included in MIUI. Firewall and Call/SMS Filter are both awesome features that I use with MIUI and are part of the reason I was hesitant about switching to an ICS ROM.

    ICS + Avast! will essentially equal/exceed the functionality I have now with GB, MIUI and SwiftKey X.

    That being said, I don't think I'll switch until there's a web UI since the only gained functionality I'd really get from using TA + MIUI would be the Privacy Advisor, which in itself is a very cool feature.

    • Dr. Amit Johari

      I have this feature in MIUI for Defy in chinese language. How to enable English for this feature

      • Supercharger

        Try miui.us & get a better translated version of your ROM :)

  • Ragflan

    Hey Artem, just a question. I have a Galaxy Nexus and I have enabled the root user security where the app gets installed onto the system partition.

    But I see a potential problem with this for custom ROM users. If the ROM has an update and you flash it, it wipes system and cache partitions and writes them again (for example Modaco MCR IR8 for Galaxy Nexus. If IR9 is released and I flash it, this will happen). At this stage, Avast gets wiped and needs to be reinstalled.
    The problem is that the user needs to remember to reinstall Avast root method. Am I right or wrong in assuming that?

    Great article and thanks for the information. I have removed LookOut after this article. I was only using their 'Lost Phone' features and disabled everything else and it was still taking 16MB. 10MB is much better with all features enabled.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      I'm not sure what exactly would happen, but I'll be sure to forward this question to Reinhard, the author of TA.

      • http://shwetank-shukla.blogspot.com/ sWiss

        ok I had this question...I am unable to uninstall the anti theft feature of avast.. (not that i want to but still)..i saved the settings under hard root and all that... can you help me with its complete uninstallation?

    • http://www.avast.com Reinhard

      Hi,

      you are right - some ROM updates flash the non volatile memory and cause Avast to be removed. I just know of CyanogenMod where there is a way to update the ROM without deleting a certain app...

      regards
      Reinhard

  • AC

    The only "X" is on something that is inherent to Android phones anyway. Most excellent!

  • Mark

    Been using this app since it was reviewed on AP the first time, and this just confirms was an awesome piece of free software this is. My main complaints are the same as yours (no web interface and the excessive PIN requests), and there has been no noticeable slowdown or battery drain on my Atrix 2. Excellent stuff, let's hope they keep it free!

    • Webb

      Nice review. I've waited around a month to install this Avast , instead install its roots feature in beta version (bit scary to install hardreset proof from a beta apps :P). It's full version now and almost every feature from the apps already beyond a free apps, root antitheft, firewall etc. The only minor thing that hasn't been arrived is web accessibility.

  • Rob

    There's no way i'm ever going to try something made by Avast after using their Windows Anti-Virus!

    • Tee

      This seems to be different... I agree the Windows version is a RAM eater and not much of a good one in any way.

      But also I disagree with the article a bit. I don't think this suite beats the common sense when surfing.

      • linksep

        What are you talking about? I have Avast Free on Win7Pro-64 and right at this second it's using 2.7 MB of ram. (Firefox is using 303 MB of ram.)

  • sriracha

    *throws hat into ring

    i use avast! on my home PC and i have no complaints. as soon as avast! for my android was available i installed it as well. so far, on both systems, i have zero complaints, especially for the price. also the avast! Mobile forum is active, and there are many folks ready to help.

    with the amount of features avast! Mobile offers, i certainly can't complain. droidwall is now unnecessary for me, so is Extreme Call Blocker, and so is any app that helps find/secure a lost device. i did make a small cheat sheet of all the SMS commands to keep in my wallet, along with screen captures saved on my PC, for the time a may need it.

    avast! absolutely does not affect the performance of my DInc2 at all. the amount of RAM avast! needs is less then the total RAM needed for the apps avast! replaces. win-win. i have not noticed any decrease in battery performance either. unless there is an audit program that accounts for every single mA and minute of battery life, i dare say there is no difference in my day-to-day charge routine.

    my only complaint with avast! Mobile is the way one must uninstall the anti-theft portion of the service. you must follow certain steps to remove it as there is no uninstall option. anti-theft is installed per user option, as a system app and cannot be uninstalled like traditional apps. other than that, i am very happy with the feature set avast! offers.

  • http://androidpolice.com jselt

    so do you delete lookout and install avast? what are the pros and cons?

  • https://profiles.google.com/AndroidAbh AndroidAbh

    but how they will make money ? i heard somewhere if u r not paying money u r the product .

  • https://profiles.google.com/AndroidAbh AndroidAbh

    Artem i most of the time i believe in your judgment so i want to ask you do personally think Avast Mobile Security is overall much better than Kaspersky Mobile Security 9 on Android .

  • Neil

    A positive review, and by chance now a competition sponsored by Avast? Curious...

  • Jonas

    Complete protection and FREE..? isn't it too good to be true?
    Avast i good enough, but how can I be sure that it does better, or as good as the paid anti-viruses?
    The following article is about how reliable free antivirus softwares are, and it doesn't look good:
    http://www.av-test.org/fileadmin/pdf/avtest_2011-11_free_android_virus_scanner_english.pdf

  • Christoph Wagner

    Meh, I guess you should have run with another feature order. the anti malware stuff is useless as always, call blocker, firewall and app permissions are all "nice to have but don't really matter" and the part that was formerly theft aware is the only thing useful (allthough it's extremely epic^^) :)

    Until they update the theft aware component I won't upgrade and stay with my old version:)

  • Vlad

    I'm fond of creating mobile apps and found out recently that Android apps are free for submission on snappii.com. That's really cool

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/01/02/review-avast-mobile-security-for-android/ Chris Smith

    People keep saying it "only" takes up 10mb of space. is that internal memory?? if so, that's fine for you ppl that have phones w/1+ gb of available space but for those of us w/more "modest" phones, that's a LOT! I have a LG Optimus V that only gave me about 178mb of space to work with to BEGIN with so if it's 10mb of internal memory I'll have to pass on this and stick with the very, very light on resources Bitdefender, which seems to have all I could need (including webiste control of antifheft function). Also, never rooted my phone so the Avast firewall is not relevant.

  • Misti.xf

    If this review wasn't sponsored - it would look whole lot different. Basically:

    1. Virus scan - useless (as also stated by the reviewer, just not directly)
    2. Privacy advisor - you can get the same from other vendors without the need to install a bunch of useless features included in the suite.
    3. Application Management - built-in ROM feature, this one is just skinned and has firewall options.
    4. Web Shield - useless as it only integrates with stock browser.
    5. SMS and Call filter - same as 2. Don't want to transmit unwanted SMS? Then don't send them! Block incoming texts? Get a 150kb app that does just that!
    6. Firewall - still no "decide-on-fly" feature. The only good thing is the roaming app blocking feature which I'm sure can be found in other, standalone firewalls.
    7. Anti-theft - the only useful feature.

    Overall - good because it's free; but you will only use the anti-theft so don't bother installing the whole suite.

  • mrazekan

    Is it me, or does Avast's app icon look very similar to the Carrier IQ icon:
    http://tinyurl.com/bt5caqj

  • JH

    I wish this worked as LBE so, when an ap requires a permission to ask me if i want to grant it or not ...

  • Robby

    i think you should be able to use google voice to control the app over the web. just set up a (free) google voice number, and you can send sms messages to your phone from your gmail account. i have google voice set up on the phone, which allows me to text and make calls (also free) over the data connection. this only costs me a (very) minute amount of bandwidth, and is cheaper than paying for texts or extra minutes. a nice little perk to this is that i set up the google voice number for my remote number for avast!

  • Michael

    The main reason I downloaded Avast Security Mobile is because I use Avast on my windows 7 laptop and it's been great in stopping all threats to my computer. Also the built in firewall for mobile is great, I can stop permission from allowing to have access to my phone through Wifi, 3g, etc. I installed angry birds, and chess games and the sort that ask for permission that are private and with Avast I can stop them through the firewall :-) Some apps, I really like and I think it's a waist of time and effort to remove them because I can't get rid of there privacy issues against my phone but with Avast I can control what they see. Thank you Avast for your complete protection, I'm a great fan of yours :-)

  • http://viruscaptive.com viruscaptive

    If your device bogged down and slow, then go ahead and install it. These people are just playing with the fears that are almost non-existent. Even the critics can find no reason why the virus scanner, which is the main meat of the application.

    The other functions of the application can access a variety of other applications that do not want violence, you install and use a complete set of applications or functions that you do not need / can be found.

  • Viktor

    At the end. Has anybodi retrievd his mobile phone afther beeing stolen? Or better to ask: Did the Avast helped you to find your phone?

  • Antonie Smith

    Excellent article - I've been searching for Reviews on Avast Mobile and this is by far the best I've found, it has convinced me to switch from Lookout Premium to Avast Mobile.

  • enginpeer

    I am using Avast since for 4-5 years. I have it on my 3 PCs and I am happy with Avast - great antivirus ever! It catches every threaths on web pages, so nice. When I decicde to buy an Android phone I almost changed my mind due to high security issues on that platform. But I thought Avast might help me with that, and OMG I said when visited the Avast web page, full protection and "free"!

    Please Avast, and don't leave me alone in this technological chaos. Anyways after I read reviews now I am going to buy my lovely Andorid phone.

    Greets

  • Kenmoore61

    How do I uninstall it?

  • Simple Buyer

    I am more than happy to spend 10mb of RAM just to block late-night text from my ex (whom I can't cut off entirely).  This call filtering with a schedule for 10mb is the tightest I've found.

    (As far as the logo, goes, that Avast "a" has been in place for at least 6 years since I've been using it, very reliably, on Windows.  I'm guessing it's how the Carrier IQ tried to look trustworthy.)

  • Kellic

    Sadly the app is not compatible with the Verizon version of the Galaxy S3. It throws up an error "Incompatible with VZ Navigator please uninstall or contact the developer." Either option is really not possible.

  • John Michael

    DON'T FORGET YOUR PIN ... This is a chink in the armor ... I've used Avast on all my computers and when I got the new Samsung Exhilarate, I decided to stop the pesky reminders on AVAST PC and download it...

    There is NO WAY to recover/discover the PIN .... Now that I've forgotten mine, there's a message that the Pin recovery phone number has not been set ... there was no suggestion to set this before when I was installing it. I've reached out on the AVAST website for support and no response.

    • Ngwako Ramoshaba

      I also forgot my PIN and now I can't access my phone. What's the solution

    • Absentminded Fhul

      Well, forgetting your PIN is not Avast's fault.

      They probably don't entertain support requests concerning lost pins because any thief who stole a phone will be able to claim that they "forgot" their pin.

      • Kari

        Except for the bit about them not prompting you to set one before. This is ridiculous. I am also having this problem and no clue how to fix it.

  • Atos Analyst

    Sorry Its a biased review.. Avast is known for its very bad (crap) Boot time scan on windows machines(which used to delete entire windows dll's resulting the crash) which is a failure to it. I doubt its credibility as it just takes complete control of the mobile device & personal data/information, in the name of providing free security features on Rooted devices only. so guys stop rating it more than two stars. The security features available in Avast Mobile Security app for un-rooted device can be possible in 1/5th of the 11mb internal memory size with average graphics. try Zoner, Antivirus Free instead.

  • Ken

    Avast mobile security app for antivirus is by all standards a good mobile antivirus solution. But there are other mobile security tools out there: Lookout, McAfee, ESET, F-secure, AVG and many others. I don't know why the author forgot to detail us of some of the alternatives.

    I have used Avast before, it was cool. I switched to AVG some months back. I am not complaining.

    http://www.avg.com/eu-en/antivirus-for-android

  • nowvoyager

    Nautical terms are cool especially when used with security product. It does as the nautical term signifies, Avast does "stop" security threats on my computer and mobile phone. Thanks!

  • mark

    avast been doing
    the best job in the IT security field for the longest time ever be PC or
    android environment. I should know I use avast for years now and also they give free option equal to their paid one for home use. Free = to paid but for home use
    with full support, think about it. They are the best hands down. To avast haters go find something else to bitch about. If I sound like a avast fan maybe I am after trying other security
    soft wares and un stalling them and getting system crashes. Avast did the best
    for me till now.

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  • Joanna

    Thanks for posting such valuable information. Keep posting.

  • http://onnoshob.blogspot.com/ PABEL

    avast is king....really good trust able antivirus,.avast OnnoShob

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