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AVG Mobilation: Keeps You Secure on Chrome, Android Phone & Tablet (Chrome Extension)

AVG Mobilation is a free Chrome extension from AVG that allows you to scan Android apk files downloaded from third party app stores and PC files for possible virus infection from within the Chrome browser using its cloud Anti-virus service. The extension also includes AVG secure search and AVG Mobilation remote control panel for Android phone.

To scan a file, all you have to select Android .apk file or other file from your PC and click ‘Start Testing’ button. It scans the file using AVG cloud antivirus and gives results.

Features of AVG Mobilation

Safe Search - scans your search results and places a safety rating next to each link, letting you know which sites can be trusted and which ones are to be avoided.

Cloud anti-virus - scans any files and APKs to detect viruses directly from your Chrome browser & Chrome book. Latest security threats are always up-to-date in the AVG cloud.

Mobile Control Panel - find your lost or stolen Android smartphone or tablet, lock or wipe it remotely from your Chrome browser & Chrome book

Safe Surf - scans web pages in the background every time you type a web address, before you enter. If the page is infected, it prevents you from opening it.

Install AVG Mobilation free from Chrome webstore.


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