Antivirus protection doesn’t have to cost a fortune (or anything at all!). ClamWin protects Windows machines using an open source engine. While bells and whistles are certainly lacking, it provides enough features (and an active enough user-base) to make this a viable solution for those with basic needs.
$24.95 - $34.95 / yearRead Review
Zemana Antivirus & Security
There wasn’t much to love about this Android antivirus solution. The scanning engine appeared to be very basic and didn’t seem to conduct a filesystem check as advertised. In terms of features, it’s underpowered with little more than a keylogger blocker to complement the scanning tool. Best to avoid this one.
$8.49 / yearRead Review
Like day-old soda and far too many Adam Sandler movies, MobiShield is a flat disappointment. It adds almost no additional functionality to the iPhone’s built-in features, and like a bad phishing email from a deposed prince with millions of dollars to share with you, it’s riddled with poorly-written English. This is definitely one app you should avoid. Almost all antivirus companies have better iPhone products. Check out this list of the best free iPhone antiviruses, and choose one of them over MobiShield. Or look into Norton’s premium protection for iPhone.