Pramod Choudhary

A PG in CS, Pramod loves reviewing Android applications.


  1. Sheryl Robinson
    February 7, 2017 @ 6:39 pm

    I just downloaded my first security app, psafe DFNDR! I went through the whole set up, scans, fixes in a matter of a few minutes!! I’m no techy so I was alittle nervous, but I wasn’t forced to add any features. The only one I didn’t do yet is the Advanced Security because I would have to make them an administrator. But I just learned it isn’t hard to undo this if I want. So far so good!


  2. Adam R Garcia
    March 7, 2017 @ 5:01 pm

    BS!I tried this so called DFNDR. I have a Samsung 7 with Sprint. All DFNDR did was over heat my phone. As far as the anti-virus, that did not do much either. I noticed that according to DFNDR I had anywhere from 300 to 390 mb of trash. I checked to see if this was true. I found out that I actually had about 500 mb of trash. So, DFNDR was lying each & everytime. As far as cooling the CPU. Yeah right. If you cool down the CUP it only does 14.4 degrees cooler. So, either it lies (imo it does) or it only does it a small amount. So much for an “outstanding” app. It sucks and I would not recommend it to any cell phone user.


  3. Anthony
    April 21, 2017 @ 7:47 pm

    Anybody looking into this whether or not they should use it: You don’t need it, at all. Normal maintenance procedures done with this app is all stuff you can/do regularly, such as, closing background apps running to free up memory or cool your CPU… I tested this by opening apps, noticed their stats, then did both manually closing the apps via “close all” on background programs and within the DFNDR app. I GOT THE SAME RESULTS. This is bloatware and it shouldn’t be on your phone.


    • Lisa
      June 27, 2017 @ 5:01 pm

      How do I uninstall it? App Manager only shows Disable and it is shaded and unavailabe.


      • Michelle
        June 29, 2017 @ 5:00 pm

        Remove the administrator permission.

        Settings-Personal-Lock screen and security-Other security settings-device administrators-

        From there you will see a list of apps with admin permissions, turn it off for DFNDR and then go back to the app and then you’ll be able to uninstall it.


  4. JenO
    May 4, 2017 @ 12:34 pm

    I’m not sure where this app came from, I didn’t chose to install it.
    For that reason alone, it will be deleted.

    I hate shady tactics.


  5. Lisa
    June 27, 2017 @ 5:02 pm

    It won’t let me uninstall it.


    July 21, 2017 @ 4:00 am

    this app came pre-installed on my phone, it’s garbage. I do not enjoy swiping through ads every time I try to charge the phone.


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