Are you thinking of buying yourself a new mobile phone this Christmas season? If so, you should know that you will need to have security installed on it as soon as you buy it, otherwise you will almost certainly find yourself faced with more trouble than you know how to handle farther down the road.
The issue of privacy is a growing concern as both apps developers, and smartphone users, are using location based or similar other applications and share their personal information with others. Both Google and Apple are the giants who are providing a significant portion of the mobile apps today, with both these companies having their own apps market from where people get free and paid apps for their smartphones.
If you've been an avid fan of such game fan sites like www.subwaysurfers.org and love playing these games, having secure mobile platforms - namely iOS and Android - will be vital when new releases of this game is unveiled in 2014.
Apps are only getting hotter
Get private, or go home
Nowadays, it is nearly impossible to find someone who doesn’t have an android smartphone, a windows phone or an iPhone. These handy gadgets provide us with all all aspects required to make our lives easy and seamless; communication, organization and even recreation through the games that are available. Naturally, this massive market paves the road for the introduction of more and more mobile applications, or apps for short.
2014 should be an interesting year for mobile application marketplaces, a year which consumers of such games as Subway Surfers and even Yahtzee hope the security gets stronger on their devices so game play goes uninterrupted.