Smartphones are now a rage with everyone and so are the mobile apps.
Online PR News – 29-November-2015 – Shenzhen – Smartphones are now a rage with everyone and so are the mobile apps. According to a recent report, the sale of smartphones across the world is expected to touch the 1.5 mark in 2017. This is more than double the sale of smartphones in 2012. Consequently, they are now used not just for texting or calling, but also for listening music, playing games, shopping, booking tickets and smoothening business operations too. This has fuelled a humongous demand in the market for engaging mobile apps as these have really widened the scope of the use of smartphones.
As a result, mobile users are now downloading a large number of apps on their device and using the same for browsing the web too. This has made the device extremely vulnerable to a large number of security threats. A noticeable and crucial amount of data of mobile users is now saved on smartphones and this makes them extremely prone to cyber attacks and theft. Again, mobile users are now using smartphones increasingly for banking and business operations too which puts them at a far greater risk.
Chinese company Leomaster has sensed the potential threats to smartphones long back and has been committed to provide due protection to mobile devices with its offering of Leo Privacy Guard. In order to keep itself updated with the latest threats to smartphones, it has now launched an improved version i.e. LEO Privacy Guard 3.0 with an enhanced privacy protection for Smartphones. The app offers a complete security solution to the smartphone users effortlessly through its plenty of bright features.
The app is available on Google Play Store for download and facilitates the user to do a quick privacy scan of the device with a single click. Leomaster value the privacy of its clients and hence has made sure that any breach in Wi-Fi security gets detected automatically by the improved Leo Privacy Guard 3.0 app within a few seconds. After all, as per the Cisco 2014 Annual Security Report, Android based devices are prone to web delivered malware to a whopping 71 percent!
In fact, the improved app lock feature of the updated version of Leo Privacy Guard 3.0 app helps smartphone users to keep private their apps as per their desire. Moreover, it is now easier to trick snoopers who are always looking out for private images, messages, videos and other vital information stored. There has been a huge demand of stolen smartphones in the market and as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has stated, theft of smartphones has increased to 40 percent in New York city alone in just a single year. This is more or less the same across the world due to their tremendous popularity among mobile users.
Since, physical privacy of the device is also now at increased compromised because of rising cases of theft, the company has a powerful Anti-Theft feature in its improved app that will locate position of the device quickly in case of a theft and will raise an alarm too.