McAfee Free Mobile Security Solution Launched For Free in India

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Smartphone users always have a fear abuot someone accessing their device without their notice. Since the device is itself somewhat like a computer which can store intricate and important personal data, its worth keeping it protected from hackers and virus as well.

McAfee Free Mobile Security Solution Launched For Free in India

McAfee, the leading global security technology company today announced a full-featured free mobile security solution for its Indian users. This is exactly what the users needed. The app has been rolled out for Android and iOS (iPhone OS) mobile devices. According to McAfee Mobile Security, the move is targeted at making security an integral part of the Indian consumer experience. The security solution is available for download in the Google Play Store.

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"With India placed on the tip of mobile device explosion, there is an overwhelming need of adoption of security and privacy protection in our digital lives,"the release quoted Managing Director-(India and SAARC) Jagdish Mahapatra as saying. He further added, "with free access to McAfee's mobile security product, Indian consumers will be empowered to access all the benefits of this connected world and enjoy a safe mobile life."

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Also because India has the second biggest Android-based users with over 93% market share as per IDC. McAfee's latest mobile security trends report found that around 82 percent of apps track users and 80% of apps collect location information - invading user privacy.

Thus the latest initiative McAfee has taken for the Android and iOS users surely will be of great help. You can download the app for Android App from here.

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