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Free licenses of Android beveiligingsapp Cerberus expired yet
Users with free ‘lifetime’ licenses of Cerberus, the beveiligingsapp for Android, reporting that the validity of those licenses still is about to expire. The developer can not keep from a financial standpoint to maintain the free licenses.
Cerberus From time to time shared LSDroid, the developer of Cerberus anti theft, free unlimited valid licenses from their application. Thus, the company was able to increase the popularity of the extended anti-theft app. Now, however, some users will still in the web interface to see their license expire is the point, and that they can get a new one for 4.99 euros.
Opposite Android Police developers have an official response given. They offer their apologies for returning to their promises, but argue that it is simply not cope to offer their service is actually unlimited. The free licenses expire after three years. They hope users in these three free years have convinced the app is worth 4.99.
While today’s users with Android Device Manager can find their devices put on lock and wipe, Cerberus provides more functionality than that. The app allows you to take screenshots, take pictures and videos remotely, to make audio recordings, to retrieve data on mobile and WiFi networks, asking the Belgian history and to perform remote shell commands. The app is also to hide and can survive a possible wipe.Viewing:-167
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