Systweak Software’s Malware protection app for Android reaches a major milestone.
It allows users to scan for any malicious apps and threats that could be present on their smartphones, while providing real-time protection against incoming hazards. Other functions include whitelisting apps and external memory support. Moreover, users can also choose between two types of scans, namely "Quick" and "Deep" based on their preference. Additionally, the app also receives regular database updates to ensure protection against the latest threats.
“Not a lot of people might understand the importance of Malware security on their smartphones. Since Android is one of the most used smartphone platforms it is essential for users that they use a robust anti-malware app. We are happy that Systweak Anti-Malware is being trusted by thousands of Android users and will certainly keep working to make it more impervious against newer and more advanced threats,” said Mr. Shrishail Rana, Founder and CEO, Systweak Software.
“Android malware is perhaps the most devastating of all others since we tend to do several private and confidential tasks on our smartphones. And it will certainly be a huge loss if your smartphone ends up being compromised by malware. Systweak Anti-Malware might look simple, but offers protection against advanced strains of malware and detects malicious apps. With so many Android users putting their faith in this app, we are happy to say that our work has borne fruit and will motivate us to make our products even better,” said Mr. Yuvraj Gautam, Product Manager, Systweak Software.
Systweak Anti-Malware is compatible with all Android devices and can be downloaded from Play Store.
About the company: Systweak Software has been developing and distributing Windows, Mac, iOS & Android Apps since last 20 years to improve the average user’s digital experience. It has recently been featured in “100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers” list by the enterprise solutions magazine, CIO Review. Some of the company’s flagship apps have been featured on Newswatch, the Discovery Channel’s tech news bulletin. Systweak Software has a large user-base in North America followed by several countries in Europe and Asia.