Webroot SecureWeb Browser for Android & Apple® Mobile devices

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  1. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Identifies malicious websites or phishing sites before you visit them.Webroot SecureWeb provides a feature-rich web browser allowing you to confidently browse, shop and bank online. SecureWeb automatically syncs with Webroot's advanced URL reputation database for real-time protection and alerts users before visiting malicious websites. Enjoy surfing on your Android!
    SecureWeb also enables password management for Webroot’s PC users so that passwords can be securely accessed while on the go. After the app is downloaded and installed on your device, the password management functions can be accessed by clicking the key icon and logging in with your existing Webroot SecureAnywhere account.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/...wsMSwxLDIxMiwiY29tLndlYnJvb3Quc2VjdXJld2ViIl0

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  3. Triple Helix

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    Thanks Tony I have changed the title! ;)

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  4. Techfox1976

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    The Android version is good and you even get more than the premium features for free if you have Complete for the PC. If you're an iOS person, the iOS app also has more features if you've got Complete for the PC.

    Just be careful with the android version. If you have an auto-task-killer whacking the service in the background, it'll chew your battery as it restarts. Don't kill it. :p And if your SD card is all borked (like mine was for a while) it has trouble with it (but so did any other app that went to the broken directory).
     
  5. d0t

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    I really liked the iOS one :) I just wish there was a quick way of importing Safari's fav's.
     
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    Apple doesn't play nice. Apps can't see other apps. :(
     
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