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Lookout

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.59/5 (180 votes)

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Protect your phone with award-winning security from Lookout.

Lookout is the #1 Security App for Android.

Get Lookout for FREE:* Security* Find My Phone* Backup and Restore

Lookout's free product is absolutely free of charge. It is not a trial and you can use it for as long as you want.

Millions of users worldwide trust Lookout to protect their phone. Get Lookout’s award winning app to protect against malware and spyware. Rated 5 stars by CNET and PCWorld.

Just as you protect your PC with antivirus, you need to protect your phone from malware and spyware. But unlike traditional PC virus protection, Lookout is lightweight, battery-friendly and only consumes as much power in one day as a 33 second phone call.

Lookout protects against the recently discovered DroidDream malware that was found in over 50 apps. If you think you may have been infected, download the Lookout DroidDream Cleaner.

Note: If you are on Android 2.2+ and are having trouble uninstalling go to Settings -> Location and Security -> Select Device Administrators and uncheck Lookout. Contact us if you have questions at support-at-mylookout.com

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SECURITY* Block malware, spyware, and phishing apps* Scan every app you download to ensure they’re safe* Schedule daily or weekly security scans* Receive automatic protection against the latest threats* Prevent viruses from being transferred from your phone to your PC* Unlike other antivirus apps, Lookout is super simple to use yet lightweight and battery efficient

FIND MY PHONE* Locate your lost or stolen phone on a Google map* Activate a loud alarm to find your phone nearby, even if it is on silent* Lookout can remotely enable GPS, so you can find your phone even if GPS is turned off* Log in…

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