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This is the list of apps that Android users should avoid downloading

These apps compromise the privacy of your data.

October 28, 2020 2 min read

This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process.

  • According to Avast, various user reviews on the Google Play Store They mentioned that the platforms caught their attention through ads on YouTube and promised a different game than the app finally offered.

Do you want to install a game because you saw its advertising and it caught your attention? Better think twice. According to a group of experts from the antivirus company Avast , some applications from the Android store that disguise themselves as harmless games show you intrusive advertising that compromises the security of your data.

The researchers found 21 applications that can compromise your data, through intrusive advertising, known as ‘adware’, some of them are still active in the Play Store although they have already been reported.

According to Avast , various user reviews on the Google Play Store mentioned that the platforms caught their attention through ads on YouTube and promised a different game than the app finally offered. According to SensorTower, these platforms have been downloaded eight million times.

Among the applications that have these characteristics are:

  1. Assassin Legend – 2020 NEW

  2. Cream Trip – NEW

  3. Crush Car

  4. Desert Against

  5. Find 5 Differences – 2020 NEW

  6. Find Hidden

  7. Find the Differences – Puzzle Game

  8. Flying Skateboard

  9. Helicopter Attack – NEW

  10. Helicopter Shoot

  11. Iron it

  12. Jump jump

  13. Money destroyer

  14. Plant monster

  15. Props Rescue

  16. Rolling Scroll

  17. Rotate Shape

  18. Rugby Pass

  19. Shoot Them

  20. Shooting Run

  21. Sway Man.

Source: Entrepreneur News Colony | Business News

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