Android protection with AVG
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As my children get older I continue to experience new milestones. One of the most common in this day and age is probably that more and more children and teenagers are getting their own cellular phones, tablets and computers.
Gone are the days of instant cameras and bulky personal computers. Today we’re adapting to a generation that is on the go. Kids and adults are consuming more content and storing and sharing more personal data than ever before. For these reasons it’s become imperative that we find solutions to keeping our kids and their devices safe.
Have no fear though because there is a fantastic company bringing antivirus straight to your Android device. I’ve been using and recommending AVG software for years. They’ve always provided consistent coverage, prompt updates and easy-to-use interfaces. Whenever I needed an extra layer of protection, AVG offered a solution that met my needs.
Now AVG is offering an Android virus scan that will put your mind at ease when it comes to protecting those closest to you. AVG Antivirus for Android offers protection of your photos, messages and memories. After installing the app via a free download you’ll be protected against spyware and viruses on your phone or tablet.
In addition to spyware protection you’ll also find an awesome anti-theft phone tracker included in AVG’s droid antivirus app. In the event that your device is lost or stolen you can visit the AVG anti-theft website from another device and you’ll be able to locate and track your lost device on Google Maps. If you end up in the worst case scenario and decide you’ll be unable to retrieve your device, then AVG still has you covered with the ability to remotely wipe your device and protect your data.
I highly recommend that you try AVG Antivirus for Android today. The app is an easy and reliable way of securing your phone or tablet. It’s available in the Google play store and currently has over 100 million downloads. So, if you don’t want to take my word for it, maybe you can trust those millions of users who placed their trust in AVG.
Disclaimer: I received compensation in exchange for writing this post. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.