We surely want all our private conversations to stay private. This is but simple and natural for any person. If we text or voice chat with someone, we want to be sure this space is personal and well-protected. Especially given that we occasionally send sensitive information that may be related to our family, health or business.
In our previous Android security roundup we made a breakup of major Android versions for smartphones vs. their security. In this roundup we’ll be providing apps and system settings for better Android security.
How safe is my Android? Which Android version is best protected? Are legacy versions targeted by hackers? If you care about your personal data security, you've surely asked yourself one of those questions. In this brief roundup, we’ll cover all major Android versions for smartphones and provide best security practices and useful links for each one.
Working on-the-go is a good way to spend your time in a more efficient manner. Remote access is best done from a netbook/ultrabook or a tablet PC, although you might try using it on a smartphone (4” or a larger screen is recommended).