Today’s indie app of the day is Krypton Anonymous Browser. This browser focuses on privacy and has features like tracker blocking and Tor built in!
Ghostery has released their privacy-centric Ghostery Browser to the Google Play Store and Amazon App Store today. Check out our quick look video!
Ghostery is an add on that helps you browse the web with more transparency. Check out what they have to say about online privacy and their upcoming browser.
The moral and political aspects of state-level spying will be debated for years to come, but an interesting side-effect of the NSA’s actions is that new business is being created specifically to protect people against spies. The question is, are consumers ready to pay for them?
Privacy concerned messaging app Snapchat received a new update yesterday, which adds the much anticipated ability to share video messages with your fiends.
Do you need a good solution for hiding your sensitive photos and videos on your Android phone? We round up some Android apps here that can hide your files from prying eyes. We also take a look at how to hide folders, contacts, text messages, and even how to keep calls from specific contacts from appearing in your call logs.
There are other smartphone dangers besides viruses and malware. There are also things like WiFiKill and Network Spoofer apps that might spell a lot of trouble. You certainly wouldn’t want... to have your sensitive data stolen by attackers.
Since we rely so much on our mobile devices, why don’t we stop for a moment to equip ourselves from potential attacks? We’ve already co...
UPDATE New Article: Best Android Antivirus Apps
Privacy has always been an issue, even long before the Android platform was invented. Since time immemorial, people have always been trying... to protect their privacy and personal data from both public and private threats. As technology grows each day, so do the number of scams, thefts, hacks, and malicious attacks. Smartphones, being bearers o...
Making your smartphone “smarter” also means granting it permission to do certain things. Some apps collect usage statistics, for example, and others read your e-mails and messages.... That’s not really a problem when you’ve downloaded your app from a trusted developer, but what happens when you’ve been bitten by the app bug and you go on an app downloading spree?...