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These Things Are Damage Your Android Smartphone

These Things Are Damage Your Smartphone.

Android is a Linux based mobile OS.
Android is a most usable mobile OS in the world.

Normally android user install so many malicious app in there android phone

A new malware campaign has been discovered in over 1 million Android devices, according to a new report from the security firm Check Point. Dubbed “Googlian” by the firm, the campaign first emerged in August, and is currently compromising devices at a rate of roughly 13,000 per day.
The malware targets vulnerabilities in Android versions 4 and 5 (Jelly Bean and Kit Kat), and spreads through seemingly legitimate apps in third-party app stores. More than half the infections are in Asia, where third-party app stores are particularly popular.


unknown source 

All android user active unknown source in there smartphone.
90% malware inter in your phone through unknown source.
don't install third party app

There might be some 3rd party app that's downloading that my app try finding that out! Also It's not a big problem to leave unknown resources ticked on (unless you install completely unsafe apps) but if you want it to be switched off really bad try factory resetting your phone. Good luck!


Chinese app


UC Browser, owned by Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, is the most popular browser in India. Another Alibaba-owned app, UC News, which aggregates entertainment, cricket and other content, is among the most popular news apps while NewsDog, owned by Hacker Interstellar Inc., is spending heavily to catch up with local rivals such as Dailyhunt, according to data from KalaGato, a research firm.

SHAREit, owned by Lenovo Group Ltd, is the most widely used file-sharing app and smaller rival Xender, too, isn’t far behind, the data shows. Cleanmaster, owned by China’s Cheetah Mobile, is popular with users who constantly run out of storage space on their phones while Meitu Inc.-owned photo-editing app BeautyPlus competes with Facebook Inc.’s Instagram app.
If you’re living in Mumbai, Delhi or Bengaluru, you may not have heard of these Chinese apps but they enjoy massive popularity among Indians in smaller towns and cities. Tailor-made for internet users who have low-cost smartphones, these apps, along with a host of others such as video player MX Player and Bigo Live, offer an insight into how millions of Indians in smaller cities and towns are using the internet. (MXPlayer and Bigo Live, which offers edgy video content uploaded by users, are based out of the US and Singapore, respectively)
“China is five years ahead of India in terms of number of mobile internet users, mobile internet speeds and having a much richer app ecosystem,” said Prayank Swaroop, principal at Accel Partners, a venture capital firm. “So Chinese companies are able to experiment with new app ideas and learn about consumer behaviour faster in their country, and then bring them to India. They’ve seen it before, they build the right product experience and are backed by massive capital so Indian start-ups have to be very innovative to compete against this combination. Building something uniquely Indian is the key.”

“There’s a lot of consumer, and hence investor, interest in video content. It needs to be local and relatable and it won’t necessarily be consumed on YouTube (the video player owned by Google Inc.). That means there’s potentially a lot of space for India-specific content and entertainment apps,” said Karan Mohla, executive director at IDG Ventures India Advisors, a venture capital firm. “Then there’s the community-building aspect. Facebook won’t be used by everyone so there is demand for community and content-sharing platforms made for users in the tier III cities and lower.”
While the Chinese apps referred to above have done well in attracting a large user base, they don’t make money off them in most cases. That’s a problem with the Indian digital business: most of the online advertising spending is still being grabbed by Google, followed by Facebook (a distant second). The likes of Alibaba are investing heavily to accumulate large internet audiences in the hope that they will attract significant ad spending in future. That hope is shared by start-up investors.
“Right now, it’s mostly about getting to a large user base. We believe that if you get to, say, 50 million active monthly users, then there will be attractive monetization opportunities,” said Akshay Bhushan, associate partner at Lightspeed India Partners. “But getting to that scale is a huge challenge. And while there’s a lot of demand for vernacular content, we aren’t seeing many new start-ups that are trying to address this.”

Duplicate Launchers in android

Duplicate Launchers like cm Launchers and many more.


Duplicate Launchers take so many permission to access your smartphone setting

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