5 best apps for Android privacy

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Cyber-attacks have become a norm for us these days. Thanks to movies and TV these days, everyone thinks they are a hacker. The media has turned it into something that is presumably cool.

Everyone is attempting to hack these days. 98% of them fail of course but the problem is that 2% become successful cyber-attacks specialists. In fact No Hassle Mobiles recently revealed in a large study that over 4 million people were affected by cybercrime in the last year.

With everything being online these days, the stakes becomes high. Everything we have is online these days. From our bank accounts to our eating patterns. And it is not only the sensitive data we should worry about. There are tools that scrap your information from your browsers and sell it to big companies. Once they have your data, they know exactly the kind of person you are and they know how to target you. Is that harmless – maybe but is that ethical? No.

Do you want it to happen to you? Certainly not. That is why you should look at the following apps that will help you make your Android device secure.

1. LastPass

LastPass is a tool very popular among IT professionals. It comes in very handy when you need access to pages regularly that require login. You can setup LastPass and share these links to someone you want to login and he or she can use that link without ever knowing the password.

LastPass generates and secures your password and keep it safe in what it calls a ‘vault’. The password cannot be scrapped off. It is completely encrypted. The app is very useful for you if you are a person who cannot remember 20 passwords for all your logins.

Download LastPass for Android.

2. Signal Private Messenger

Signal Private Messenger is a great privacy app. There is no messaging app that comes close not even WhatsApp. We know there is something fishy about WhatsApp because it owned by Facebook.

Signal Private Messenger on the other hand provides you with an impregnable end to end encryption. It fully secures your messages and your data. Even the company cannot read your texts even if it wanted to.

Download Signal for Android.

3. Hushed

If you have to give your phone number at a store sale, and you are not keen on getting the upselling calls, Hushed is just the app for you. The app makes your phone into a burner temporarily.

It create a number for you and you can use it like a regular phone number. When you are done, simply delete the number from the app. Nobody had your real number in the first place. How perfect is that!

Download Hushed for Android.

4. DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo is the perfect alternate for Google. If you don’t want Google stealing your personal data and tracking your history, you must download DuckDuckGo.

You will get similar results but without any insecurity of getting your data stored somewhere. The company promises 100% security and confidentiality. The DuckDuckGo search engine only directs you from one website to the next one without storing anything.

Download DuckDuckGo for Android.

5. ProtonMail

ProtonMail is the best alternative for Gmail. Why do we need an alternative to Gmail? – Because Gmail is not reliable. Google steals your data – it is as simple as that. They need your data for better search engine results and more importantly to successfully run the targeted ads.

ProtonMail is a solid emailing app with all the features you need to make emailing secure. It is also feature packed, such as password protection or messages that get deleted after a given time. It has everything you need really.

Download ProtonMail for Android.


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