iOS App Review: Trend Micro Mobile Security

Trend Micro Mobile Security for your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, stops threats before they reach you so you can enjoy your digital life safely.

It protects you from online threats, privacy invasions, and the loss of your iOS device.

Once you download the app onto your device, it identifies bad apps and fake websites that try to steal your information or intercept banking details, as well as sneaky apps that automatically sign you up for expensive services.

As well as that, it also helps you select the right privacy settings on Facebook.

If your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad is ever lost or stolen, Mobile Security can even help you find it via the web.

If you’re sent a URL that looks a bit dodgy, you can copy and paste it into the app to find out if it’s safe or not. If there is a green tick, you’re good to go.

Trend Micro scans every app you have installed and every one you download to filter out virus and malicious apps that can steal your information and cost you money.

There are unlimited updates for virus protection and features unlimited cloud scanning connections to ensure continuous protection.

You have to be at least 17 years old to use the app and you’ll need iOS 7 and above…

Premium Features:

- Guards against Identity Theft

- Blocks Dangerous and Fraudulent Websites

- Protects your Privacy on Facebook

- Backup and Transfer Your Contacts cross different mobile platforms

- Locates a Missing Device

- Detects and removes threats leveraging 25 years of experience

- Easy to modify protection strength level and notifications

- Supports browsing in multiple web pages at the same time

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