AVG antivirus comes with a simple, modern interface that’s easy to use. It provides a summary of your device’s performance, with clear messages that tell you if its virus definitions are current and if it is active. AVG also checks for malware and other threats to external storage and performs a performance tuneup to help speed up the system by removing unwanted data and improving the life of your battery.

AVG’s premium plans include more robust features, which provide a better overall security experience. The paid plan, for example, offers anti-ransomware to protect your files and data from hackers who steal money by stealing your device. AVG Ultimate also includes web and email security to protect against spam and phishing. A file shredder is also included as is a safer banking and webcam protection.

One of the features that are free to AVG users is a photo vault which stores photos in a protected format and a cleaner that optimizes Android devices by eliminating junk files. However, most of the other features are limited to paying subscribers. This includes an identity protection feature that checks passwords that have been leaked and the capability to remotely locate phones that have been stolen, as well as more sophisticated anti-theft tools, such as cameras that secretly takes a photo of any stranger who attempts to steal the device.

AVG’s solid malware protection is backed up by a solid record in the monthly tests conducted by AV-Test. This includes a perfect score on the last test conducted in March and April of this year.


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