The description of Mobile Antivirus Prank
Mobile Antivirus is Prank App which shows you that your phone is safe. Mobile Antivirus Prank is just for fun ,trick your friends by showing them that you phone is safe. Open the app and choose one of the options and start the fake scan .
Want to trick your friends with this free "Antivirus" App ? It scans your mobile from all virus.
It is not a real Antivirus, it is just a prank app for fun.
you can chose betwen Full scan , Quick scan , Deep Scan
This app has been tested on latest devices such as Huawei series phones. Please contact us if your device is not supported.
facts you need to know :
You shouldn't expect antivirus on a mobile device to behave the same way it does on a desktop, however. Antivirus software on a PC can scan every nook and cranny, but mobile antivirus software is just another app. There can be serious restrictions around what an antivirus app can access. Mobile antivirus can't touch OS files, website filtering, in-memory scans or real-time protection engines. In iOS, apps are sandboxed from the OS and from each other by design. For example, if you want to scan an email attachment you've received, you'll need to send that file to the antivirus scanner to check for viruses because iOS blocks your antivirus app from accessing your mail app.
Which devices need mobile antivirus software?
Android antivirus apps continue to get better, but they aren't better than the scanning in Google Play, and antivirus apps can't scan everything that a PC antivirus program can. Still, antivirus measures won't affect device performance, and unless you trust users to follow security best practices, it's better than nothing. Especially if users are still running pre-4.2 versions of Android, you should encourage them to download antivirus. Some mobile antivirus software also lets you find a device using GPS, lock or remotely wipe a device.
When it comes to iOS, there is little reason for users to download mobile antivirus software unless they have jailbroken devices. Although exploits are theoretically possible, there has yet to be a widespread attack on iOS. Antivirus for iOS can protect other users by scanning attachments and downloaded files, but it will do little for security on the device itself.