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Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by sniper8752, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. sniper8752
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    would your rather use anti-virus free or norton mobile security? it sounds like norton is better, but i have always been concerned with it slowing down my devices. also, which one would take up more room on the phone?

    thanks in advance!
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    Think it would take me forever to trust norton with my phone. If lookout would show me a real threat then I would consider using it. Besides, most if these companies pushing for anti-viruses do really bad when it comes to a format they've know for more than thirty years. I don't think they're ready for this format that's been out a mere three to four years.
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    I don't use one. I used Lookout for 6 months and no matter what I did, it never said anything was a threat... my phone runs better without one.

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