Bitdefender Mobile Security Update Adds Live Tracking, Other Features

It must be mobile security day at AndroidGuys as this becomes the third article on the subject already.  An updated Bitdefender Mobile Security has arrived in the Android Market this week, adding a pair of oft-requested features.  In addition to a sizable list of options and details, consumers who download the free beta application now have the ability to track the location of their handset in real time.  Should your phone become lost or stolen, the app lets you keep an eye on it and, if need be, remotely lock or wipe the data.

The other new feature includes on-demand and automatic SD card scanning.  This is handy in those cases where one might take a microSD card  lying around the house and put it into that new HTC Sensation.

Head to Bidefender’s website to bone up on the application before heading off to the Android Market to download. The free app works on any smart phone running 2.0 or higher. Sorry tablet owners, you’re out of luck here.


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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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