22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Remove Right Now

22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Remove Right Now

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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

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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22 Malicious Google Android Apps You Should Remove Right Now