NetQin Mobile Antivirus 3.2 NetQin Mobile Antivirus provides you complete protection against viruses, malware and spyware. Running in the background at low power consumption, this application allows you to surf the web and download applications without concerns of virus attacks
Description: As mobile devices adopt more and more PC capabilities, performance speed and power consumption become critical issues. NetQin Mobile Guard is designed to improve your mobile phone performance by removing junk, minimizing power consumption, blocking harmful sites and protecting your mobile phone against malware. This product also helps manage internet usage with monthly limits, a connection log, and even a real-time traffic bar that shows the amount of traffic being transferred.
Key Features include:
OS Scan identifies the system problem and helps you fix it to improve the device performance.
System management functions help you manage the applications, clean trash to free memory and accelerate start-up speed.
Anti-Malware detects and deletes existing Malware to protect your device from security threats.
Safe Mode is a crash protection feature, which provides safe environment for solving device problems and prevent the loss of data.
Internet Usage Management
Traffic limit: Control how much you spend on the internet by putting a limit on it
Connection log: See how much you’ve used traffic has been transferred in the month
Traffic bar: See the amount of traffic coming in or going out in real-time
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