Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Delete unused Android apps now, or risk a security nightmare

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Delete unused Android apps now, or risk a security nightmare

Your Android device most likely contains unused apps that could still use data or fall prey to vulnerabilities. The solution to this potential security problem: delete those apps.

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