Lookout Premium Hits Android Market – We Have 10 Copies to Give Away! [CONTEST]
Lookout just dropped a premium version of their super-popular security software for Android in the Market and it’s definitely worth a look. Called Lookout Premium (duh), it adds more peace of mind with the integration of remote wiping, remote locking, and enhanced backup and restore. In addition to simply backing up contacts, users can now do the same for photos and and call history.
The big new service getting introduced today is called Privacy Advisor. This feature helps users understand what apps are using and requesting of them and their phone whenever they go to install a title. Worried about sharing your location, call history, messages? Check Privacy Advisor to see if things are on the up and up and find out what these apps are doing when you aren’t looking.
Lookout Premium includes all the these features from Lookout Free, plus:
- Additional Security + Privacy Protection: Privacy Advisor +Remote Wipe and Remote Lock
- Enhanced Backup & Restore: Photos and call history, in addition to contacts. Transfer data to a new phone.
- Premium Support: Priority response to your issues and questions
Lookout Premium will is now available for all Android users for only $2.99/month or $29.99 per year. To get a feel for how things work, give the 30-day free trial a spin by downloading it from the Android Market or through Lookout directly.
WIN A FREE YEAR OF LOOKOUT PREMIUM!
Wouldn’t you rather just win a copy of Lookout Premium? Yeah, we thought as much. To win one of ten free copies, simply leave a comment below with something nice to say! We’ll let the contest run for at least two full days and then randomly draw the winners on Friday. NOTE: Please use your actual email address when leaving a comment so we can contact you. After 24 hours with no response, we’ll move on to the next guy/gal!
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