The Kindle Fire has reached millions of homes already. The device runs Android, so there is no question it will be a target of hackers. You can use these 4 antivirus and security apps to keep your Kindle Fire secure:
Lookout Security & Antivirus: unlike many other antivirus apps for Android, this one works just fine on your tablet. It can even help you find your lost Kindle.
Norton Mobile Security: detects and removes malware and viruses from your device. It scans downloaded apps and app updates for internet threats. SD cards can be scanned.
Webroot: lets you run scans, block harmful website, and remotely lock or wipe your data. It alerts you when your phone is in danger.
Trend Micro Mobile: this is perfect if you plan to lend your tablet to your children. It scans downloaded apps, allows web filtering to protect children, and can filter calls and text messages. It has password protected uninstall.
Which one of these antivirus apps for Kindle Fire have you had the most success with?