Asus ZenUI 4.0 Safeguard application goes live in the Play Store

collected by :Mina Lony

ZenUI, Asus’s own skin for Android devices, includes many features and applications that many consider bloatware.

One of the applications the goes along with ZenUI 4.0 is called Safeguard and offers users two features | SOS and Report Location.The ZenUI Safeguard application allows Asus smartphones users to quickly make an SOS dial and sfinish an SMS message during emergencies.
The same Report Location feature enables users to seek help via an alarm or SOS dial on the location-tracking notification.Well, this little Android application has just been released on the Google Play Store so that Asus can update it faster and easier.
Obviously, that doesn’t mean that anyone will be capable of install and install ZenUI Safeguard on their phones.ZenUI Safeguard is compatible only with Asus smartphones that run ZenUI 4.0.
The perfect news is you will kthis time what new features and improvements Asus is adding to the application every time it updates Safeguard.

As it stated in

Gab, the conservative social network that has acted as a haven for people banned from the usual platforms, has been removed from the Google Play Store for violating the company’s hate speech policy, the company reported on Twitter.
Apple rejected it from the application Store in June for similar reasons.
After all, there’s plenty of hate speech on Twitter and YouTube, however those applications are still obtainable despite a crackdown this week following the events in Charlottesville.
It seems it was a question of volume and repeated complaints about the content Gab or its society failed to remove.
You just can’t install it from the Play Store any more.
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Google Play allow Malware Disguised as Messaging Applications in Store

Researchers at the safety company Lookout have identified a family of malicious phone apps, referred to as SonicSpy.
At least three versions of the malware, that is capable of remotely control infective phones, made it onto Google’s Play store.
But in the background, according to Lookout, the applications are capable of hijack a variety of basic phone functions.
The developer rebranded the resulting applications with names involving Soniac, Hulk Messenger, and (in an apparent bit of humor) Troy Chat.
“The actors behind this family have shown that they’re capable of getting their spyware into the formal application store,” Lookout writes, “and its build process is automated.” That proposes similar deceptive applications can make it into the Play Store again.
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