Android Antivirus Tests Show You Shouldn’t Rely on Google Play Protect

    Date22 Apr 2019
    Posted ByBrittany Day
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    A new set of antivirus tests conducted by AV-TEST show that Android users should not rely on Google Play Protect as their exclusive mobile security product.

    The research included a total of 19 security packages for Android that were evaluated for protection, usability, and features. Each application could score a maximum of 6 points for protection, another 6 points for usability, and 1 point for features.

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