22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Remove Right Now

22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Remove Right Now

If you have any of the 22 malicious apps listed below installed on your Android Smartphone, please remove or uninstall them immediately. The 22 dangerous Android apps, with more than 2 million downloads, have been removed from the Google Play store after Sophos, a British security software company, found they contained malware.

The Android apps are disguised as legitimate software and even provide users with some useful features in some cases. Among them, a flashlight application called Sparkle is most popular among users and its downloads have reached more than 1 million times.

The 22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Uninstall

  1. Sparkle FlashLight - com.sparkle.flashlight
  2. Snake Attack - com.mobilebt.snakefight
  3. Math Solver - com.mobilebt.mathsolver
  4. ShapeSorter - com.mobilebt.shapesorter
  5. Tak A Trip - com.takatrip.android
  6. Magnifeye - com.magnifeye.android
  7. Join Up - com.pesrepi.joinup
  8. Zombie Killer - com.pesrepi.zombiekiller
  9. Space Rocket - com.pesrepi.spacerocket
  10. Neon Pong - com.pesrepi.neonpong
  11. Just Flashlight - app.mobile.justflashlight
  12. Table Soccer - com.mobile.tablesoccer
  13. Cliff Diver - com.mobile.cliffdiver
  14. Box Stack - com.mobile.boxstack
  15. Jelly Slice - net.kanmobi.jellyslice
  16. AK Blackjack - com.maragona.akblackjack
  17. Color Tiles - com.maragona.colortiles
  18. Animal Match - com.beacon.animalmatch
  19. Roulette Mania - com.beacon.roulettemania
  20. HexaFall - com.atry.hexafall
  21. HexaBlocks - com.atry.hexablocks
  22. PairZap - com.atry.pairzap
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22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Remove Right Now