Malwarebytes Mobile Security

Download Malwarebytes Mobile Security for PC

By Malwarebytes

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2018-08-02
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 50.59 MB
  • Developer: Malwarebytes
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Android KitKat or later.
Score: 3
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Download and Install Malwarebytes Mobile Security on your PC

If you want to install and use the Malwarebytes Mobile Security app on your PC, you will need to download and install Emulator for your PC. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use Malwarebytes Mobile Security for your PC in simple steps below:

Download an Emulator for PC. First, Download Emulator BlueStacks, MEmu App Player or Nox App Player.

Install the Emulator on your PC. Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the download folder on your PC to locate the emulator. Once you have found it, click it to install the emulator on your PC. Now click Next to accept the license agreement. Follow the instruction on screen directives in order to install the emulator properly. If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed on your PC.

Malwarebytes Mobile Security for PC Windows and Mac. Open the emulator application you have installed and look search bar. Once you found it, type Malwarebytes Mobile Security in the search bar and press search. Click on Malwarebytes Mobile Security application icon. A window of Malwarebytes Mobile Security on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done. You will see an icon called "All Apps". Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications. You should see the Malwarebytes Mobile Security icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Malwarebytes Mobile Security for PC Description

Block scams and protect your privacy with Malwarebytes. Block disruptions like: • Phishing scams, tech support scams, and other malicious sites • Deceptive sites and other forms of suspicious content • Calls from known and suspected scammers • Ads and ad trackers which watch your behavior online • Fraudulent text messages Benefits: Premium ($1.49 per month, or $11.99 per year) • Block phishing sites, online scams, and other malicious sites with Web Protection. Browse the Internet with Safari without worrying about accidentally visiting a fraudulent site. • Ignore fraudulent calls with Call Protection. Get caller ID warnings or block incoming calls from known and suspected scammers, including “spoofing” calls that make their number appear similar to yours. Answer the calls that matter and skip the ones that don’t. Free • Block intrusive ads in Safari with Ad Blocking. Stop ad trackers from watching your behavior online and sending you targeted advertising. Browse the Internet with fewer distractions. • Ignore suspicious texts with Text Message Filtering. Forward fraudulent texts to a junk folder sent from a list of known scammers or containing phishing links. Focus on the messages that matter to you. iPad/iPod support: The current app is optimized for iPhone, but iPad and iPod users can still take advantage of Web Protection and Ad Blocking for a cleaner Internet experience in Safari. Future updates will include user interface improvements for iPad and iPod users. FAQs: Does Family Sharing cover premium features? No. Family Sharing only works on the free version of Malwarebytes for iOS. Premium features are limited to the purchaser’s Apple ID. To learn more about Family Sharing restrictions, head to the following link: https://support.apple.com/HT203046 I already purchased a multi-device Malwarebytes license, can I use it on Malwarebytes for iOS? No. iOS apps, like Malwarebytes for iOS, are only available on the App Store. If you have an unused product license that you'd like to use on Malwarebytes for iOS, please contact Malwarebytes support at [email protected] to learn about your options. I already use Malwarebytes for my computer, can I just add an iOS device to my plan? No. Malwarebytes for iOS must be purchased on the App Store. Why doesn’t Malwarebytes for iOS include a malware scanner? It is not possible for an iOS app to scan for malware. Fortunately, the risk of getting malware on an iOS device is extremely low and Apple has a stringent review process regarding app admission into the App Store. About Malwarebytes: Based in Santa Clara, California, Malwarebytes has been building industry-leading Internet security software for more than ten years. https://www.malwarebytes.com/eula/ Subscription details: Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at the end of the 30-day trial period. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at $11.99/year, or $1.49/month. Go to your Account Settings in iTunes to manage your subscription or turn off auto-renewal after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. No partial refunds.

Reviews

  • Unlike PC Version — Worthless Free Edition

    1
    By BundlingSucks
    I can’t really understand how the best anti-malware company over the last 10 years is so completely opposite of its former reputation and style business. My only deduction is that it has its own private entity ruled by its own CEO and not the founder of malware bites. Worthless unless you spend money, the exact opposite of why the Internet was formed. Thank you.
  • Mostly pleased with web blocker but some personal calls blocked even though in contacts

    3
    By kt_trixie
    Have not received one robocall since activating the call features 2 weeks ago, BUT found out today has also been blocking some friends’ calls even though they are in contacts list. The web browser content blockers very good at blocking ads but does not stop ads from videos nor can I choose which sites to unblock.
  • Meh

    2
    By Pyrotech1620
    Update 8/10: Alright so used it for a few days for call blocking and have got 3 calls that it dedicated as spam calls. So was going to switch to block but was warned i wouldnt be notified. which is not bad but having some sort of dashboard showing the number of blocked calls and some details would be great. Would really help me want to keep the app bc i know it blocked X number of spam calls. Otherwise might not think its working bc i dont get calls and is not worth keeping. The app seems maybe its not yet polished and ready for prime time. As of now dont plan on keeping after the 30 day time period. Update 8/5: developers responded and said they had an issue and its been resolved. It did fix the issue and call blocking has been activated. Now only time will tell how good the call blocking/detection is. Will update in 30 days. Update 8/3: Read an article about the app was amped to try it out. Only to be given an error message that it could not activate the call blocker. Sent email for help no response.
  • Proof of purchase headaches

    3
    By Mark Crim
    App doesn’t automatically recognize Upgrade on other devices and there’s no means prove upgrade occurred. iTunes knows, but that’s it. Other than that, I like what this app does.
  • A pale shadow of the desktop version

    2
    By Pelagicide
    I don’t really like the mobile version- it seems like it’s an advertisement for the desktop or premium version as you have very little to no control over the app. I’ve only had it a short time but it doesn’t seem to actually do anything- no reports, don’t see a way to really control it or scan anything. I think I’m going to delete the app and instead go with a good vpn, the desktop version rocks and maybe the Android version does as well but the iOS version seems more like adware to me.
  • Off to a bad start

    5
    By Wallyjack
    Signed up for the annual subscription and went to activate web protection and ad blocking per their directions and button wouldn’t slide to enable either. Turned phone off and on and still wouldn’t slide. Canceled shortly thereafter as not doing what they claim. iPhone 8 Plus with latest update. UPDATE: Ok, you people are the best like your product. Everything is working now and I’ll be signing up for premium service. I don’t remember how long I’ve used Malwarebytes on my laptops/desktops, but it’s been the best ever without a doubt. That’s why I’m so glad that it’s finally available for iPhones. UPDATE 2: I had a problem when I put the latest iOS update on phone. It was saying I had the free version which I knew I didn’t. Just as confusing was the next day it was back to the paid version which I knew I had. Some glitch In the updating process I’m guessing. But, as always, Malwarebytes is the best and working as expected.
  • How confusing

    1
    By Erienne VA
    So I read that an iPhone and iPad can be hacked and this program can detect malware. Well, I’m not computer illiterate and I am not able to download the licenses I bought (3). I am still getting junk emails from unknown senders, and cannot launch any type of diagnostic program on my iPhone or iPad. Such a waste of time for me. And yes, I did try and contact support. Two days later I’ve heard nothing.
  • Real time protection

    1
    By kaisuva
    The app keeps asking me to click on the refresh arrow to update the protection but there isn’t any button to click.
  • More spam

    1
    By bye-bye-useless-app
    I have used the PC version of MBAM for years. Also successfully advocated to get it in the enterprise. However, I swear I’m getting more spam calls and texts since Installing it. Are robocalls with pre recorded messages considered legitimate? I am using the report a call feature only to have the spammers call again with the number increased by one, so it’s a never ending circle of reporting and blocking.
  • Not really worth it

    1
    By DufferJ
    Great company name and reputation but it is poorly laid out. Make you hunt for back page to report blocked calls. You can block calls for free and don't see any value in this app. Would give it more stars if it offered real protection and better layout. Last page should be first on and prominently prompt you to report calls and texts. Its very amateurish UPDATE closing our account. This app is not what we expected from this company.

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