360 Security – Antivirus FREE

360 Security – Antivirus FREE

It is really easy nowadays to download applications for Android from various online places but there’s always the threat of viruses and other malicious software entering your device. Clearly you have to do something but fortunately this is just as easy – simply find and download an application called 360 Security – Antivirus FREE – it resides on top of Google Play’s list of top applications so finding it should not be hard.

The name of the app says it all – 360 Security – Antivirus FREE protects your device from malicious software but it also does some other positive things. The application can scan your device for viruses and other harmful software and if any of it is found, you can remove it. In addition to that it can scan the Android device that you have and then it can give you advice what to do in order to improve its performance. A really nice feature that we found is the ability to close unnecessary processes and apps and free memory.

360 Security – Antivirus FREE comes with an interface that is easy to use and navigate. It basically has two main screens and a number of menus that perform various functions. When a function is being run a new screen shows up where you can see the progress of the scan, for example. Once this is finished you will be given a number of options where you can choose what to do and when you choose an action you will be brought back to the main screen of the application.

We can’t really tell you how effective 360 Security – Antivirus FREE is, but it definitely does good things for your Android device. The app is free so you lose nothing by downloading it and testing it. Of course it is always better to not have malware on your device but if it happens then you know what to do. 360 Security – Antivirus FREE may not be able to help you in certain cases, but it is always better to have protection than have none at all.

You can find 360 Security – Antivirus FREE here on Google Play.

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