Trend Micro offers Mobile Security for Android

January 7, 2011
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Trend Micro has unveiled a new security application for Android users that will make a lot of folks feel more secure. You can bet with the soaring popularity of Android and the fact that the OS is landing on so many tablets that hackers and viruses will start to target Android making exploits that can steal your personal information and harm Android devices more common.

Trend Micro has announced a new protection application for Android devices called Mobile Security for Android. The app is able to protect your personal data and identity from thieves and promises to secure mobile banking transactions swell.

The app can even block unwanted calls and texts, which is a very nice feature if you need to stop unwanted callers. The app will also protect your device while surfing the web. The message blocking feature works for both SMS and MMS messages and the app will prevent you from downloading malicious apps that could harm your phone. Parental controls also allow parents to block access to inappropriate content for kids. The app has a free 30-day trial and can be purchased for $3.99 right now.


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  • John

    $399?! I think you mean $3.99! ;-)

  • ChaosKiller

    Saw it in my rss reader too ($399) but I see it has been changed :)

  • Shane McGlaun

    Too fleet of finger, put that pesky “.” in there. Punctuation makes a difference. :)

  • Tony

    My battery life is bad enough, thanks, but definitely not getting this. I’ll stick to using the market and select software from xda-developers.

  • Jim

    I installed the 30 day trial on 2 EVOS, tried to purchase, filled in credit card info etc, clicked submit, selected internet for browser, it tries to connect to trendmicro.com but fails to. Not sure if its a bad link or code. Both EVOs do the same thing. Anyone else having problems or any suggestion would be appreciated.

  • Howardbrandon64

    On android phone if u press the back button twice it will still enter the website that should b blocked wish this was fixed if fixed great idea