Netqin claims to be the best when it comes to mobile security, the app has been around for some time and it personally worked for me. Some other useful apps by NQ are ‘Carrier IQ cleaner‘ and ‘Android Booster‘.
Netqin went through some big change recently with leading to a branding change replacing ‘Netqin’ with ‘NQ’ and the releasing of ‘NQ Mobile Security.‘ NQ the review is really about the new ‘NQ Mobile Security‘ which we shall now consider.
The menu of the app itself is full of options ready to use. First up is: a log in the form of a green tick (if your database is up-to-date and your virus free) when clicked we get a log of recent protection activity, treats and operation next to this is fastscan and both under the your protection statue. (home screen)
From my use of the app for some time now I realized that the database is updated every weekday and it’s quite easy to do it.
To scan your device very simple, by pressing the arrow next to fast scan you get a menu with some virus protection options: Customized Scan, Full Scan, Real-time Protection and account Protection. Customized Scan lets you scan individual files and folders on your SD card and Full Scan does your SD card and installed apps. Real-Time means the apps is actively protecting you. Internet Protection protects you from Malicious sites. And Account Protection protects your accounts for compromise.
Vibrate when Calls connects
With reports of cell phones while talking on them emit radiation and can cause brain damage as a result, people are being concerned for our health. But with this feature you could at lease cut it down a bit. This feature makes your phone vibrate when the call connects to whoever you are calling so that you don’t need to hold the phone up to your ear. This is a useful feature because a lot of said radiation is emitted when a call is connecting.
This is a useful feature that eavesdroppers surly hate and is surely loved by and is useful for important people like ‘Princess Peach’ when talking to Mario.
This feature allows you to monitor the access privileges of all the apps you installed on your device [contacts, messages, location and device info] and to decide whether to keep an app or not.