Google has introduced the Protected by Android branding for security and privacy on Android. First seen last week in screenshots on Google I / O, the Android YouTube channel has just uploaded a short video featuring branding on how to keep your information safe. The video highlights some of Android’s platform and ecosystem features, including Verified by Play Protect, monthly security updates, and location access permissions.
The video also provides a link to the Protected by Android website. Google recently introduced the Privacy Guide, a step-by-step guide to some of the privacy and security restrictions that exist in Chrome.
Android is protected by Google’s latest branding for privacy and security on Android. The Protected by Android video was earlier uploaded today by the tech company on the Android YouTube channel. The video description says, “Android is about keeping you and your information safe so you can focus on the most important things. From detecting and failing bad apps to helping you manage your personal information, you’ll always be protected on Android.
The 50-second video begins with the animation of the green Android turning into a green shield with a checkerboard. The rest of the video is a collection of pictures of people on smartphones with captions. The first caption reads, “No matter what you do, you will have peace of mind when you are protected from Android.”
The three platforms and ecosystem features are highlighted separately in the video. Checked by Play Protect with the caption “You are safe from malware and malicious apps”, monthly security updates with quotes, “Protected by non-stop security”, and location access permissions with the caption “and in”. Control of your personal information “.
The video ends by saying, “Android you’re covered, so the check-marked shield can be morphed into green Android and focus on the important things.” The description of the video provides a link to protectedbyandroid.com, which redirects you to android.com/safety.
Google revealed last week at I / O 2022 that Android 13’s upcoming integrated security and privacy settings page will feature a protected feature through Android branding, which can be found below the scan tool button and under the malicious app uninstall button.
Google recently introduced the Privacy Guide, a step-by-step guide to some of the privacy and security restrictions that exist in Chrome. The Privacy Guide is intended to enable users to easily understand what happens when a particular setting is on or off.
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