Trustlook Reaches 1 Million Users On Google Play



Trustlook Inc., an innovator in next-generation mobile security solutions, today announced as of Dec 4th, 2014, it has over one million registered users in Google Play Store for its most popular Android application – Trustlook Antivirus & Mobile Security, demonstrating a leading advantage with its unique technology and comprehensive mobile security services. Shortly within one year, Trustlook has become the fasted growing mobile security company which brought in-depth malware detection for smart device users.

Trustlook is dedicate to protect smart devices against malware, virus, spyware, Trojan, and provide comprehensive services for smart device users such as antitheft, data backup/restore, speed boost, web security and privacy protection. It ranked No.1 Security Solution in AV-TEST benchmark testing and has users over the world in 226 countries. The users vary from technical people, business people who want to protect their business privacy to parents who want to protect cyber safety for their children.

“Over the past several months, Trustlook has analyzed 1,458,759 applications. Reaching one million registered users is just a beginning,” said Allan Zhang, CEO of Trustlook. “We are proud that we can provide unrivaled real-time detection for smart device all over the world, compared with traditional mobile security solution providers. It is crucial to raise the awareness of mobile security and we hope more people could protect their mobile privacy in the right way.”


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