Find Your Lost or Stolen Android with avast! Anti-Theft
Article by George Norman
On 03 Mar 2014
If you lose your Android smartphone you can track its location with avast! Anti-Theft. If you manage to have your Android smartphone stolen, you can use the same app to remotely lock your device, remotely wipe your device, and more.

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I often say that stealing smartphones is a very, very bad idea. You see, thanks to apps like avast! Anti-Theft, the owner can find his or her smartphone, can remotely protect the data stored on the smartphone, and more.

You never know when someone will steal your precious smartphone. You never know when you could lose your precious smartphone. So if you want to make sure you can always track and get your Android back, if you want to make sure your data is protected from thieves, then I advise you to go get avast! Anti-Theft.

avast! Anti-Theft Main Features
  • Locate your device on a map.
  • Remotely control your device via your Avast account or via SMS.
  • Remotely lock your device.
  • Remotely wipe your device.
  • Remotely take photos using your device’s camera.
  • Remotely listen to audio.
  • Notifications are sent out when the SIM card is changed.
  • Remotely activate a customizable siren.
  • Have your Android display a custom lock screen.
  • Send a message to your device; the message will be displayed on the device’s screen.

The person who stole your Android could very well disable avast! Anti-Theft. The thing is that the application runs in stealth mode, out of sight. The thief will not know that avast! Anti-Theft is running, will not know that you can use avast! Anti-Theft to track your device.

avast! Anti-Theft is available as a standalone app. Get it from the Play Store here.
avast! Anti-Theft is also offered alongside avast! Free Mobile Security. You can get avast! Free Mobile Security from the Play Store here.

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