Ars Technic has launched a new mobile app that will let you check your unlocked phones for vulnerabilities, help you get a new phone, and help you secure your devices.
The app is available for download on the Google Play Store and is currently available for Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10.
The app has also been available for iOS and Android, but we don’t yet have a firm release date for either of those platforms.
The Android app can be downloaded from the Google store, though we don the details for that platform, so you may have to install the app manually.
For the uninitiated, Android is the mobile operating system that runs the vast majority of phones in the world.
The OS has been around for almost a decade, but it was only recently that Google introduced its own version of Android, Android Nougat.
The company has also made an effort to make Android the default for many third-party Android apps, including Google Play Services, the way most people install other software on their devices.
Ars Technick has been working on an Android app for a while now, and it was announced in May of this year.
The goal of the app is to help users stay secure, and its primary goal is to let users keep track of their phone’s security settings and find out if there are any known vulnerabilities.
Ars has tested the app extensively with a handful of users, and Ars says that it’s worked well enough to get the app in the hands of a handful more users.
Ars says the app does not support any third-parties or third-generation hardware.
It also does not work on older Android devices, and users who install the application on a device that hasn’t been updated to Android N will not be able to use the app.
Ars recommends that users try the app first, as there are still a few known vulnerabilities on Android devices.