Security, one of the top functions that interest people when choosing a mobile device, but the truth is that no mobile phone can provide 100% secure services since hackers and crackers are working all day long on ways to take control over your personal data.
That’s why we want to introduce you to TrustR, a one of a kind application created to serve the personal data on your iOS and also keeping untrustworthy applications away.
You may already know that apps can store vital info about your location, you credit card numbers or even passwords. This happens especially on jailbroken devices where apps usually save data in the root folder of the app where is extremely insecure.
TrustR comes with a large database containing lots of details about harmful applications and how you can protect yourself against them.
All you have to do is to open the app and press the round button available on center. Then, TrustR will scan all of your installed apps and warn you about potential harmful applications. Some apps can be more harmful than others so TrustR analyzes that and gives you more details on if you can use it or either if you need to upgrade to another version recommended by them.
TrustR also keeps track of all applications that you patched, upgraded and changed along with info about each of them and how trustworthy are them.
What’s so great about TrustR?
It’s advanced scanner looks for every flaw that can appear on your apps and sends you an alert whenever something is wrong.
Privacy Issues Analyzer
If some of your apps are insecure or sending private info about you through keyboard cache or favors info leaks, the TrustR analyzer will give you a heads up and also recommend you a secure version of the software.
Even if TrustR doesn’t remove content without your consent, the app will always keep you updated with advices on either you should or shouldn’t remove apps along with providing you alternatives to fit your needs.
The app is available for both iPod and iPhone at the iTunes store for just $3.99
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