Google recently removed 85 apps from the Play Store after they were found to contain predatory adware. With over nine million combined downloads, the apps were mostly fake games or utility apps that began pushing a constant stream of full-screen ads to users until the app itself crashed.
You might be one of those people who keeps an eye for any updates on your Android Smartphone and check for updates monthly just to find out that your device is “up to date”. However, depending on which device you have that might be a lie. The biggest problem with Android is what is known as android fragmentation. Basically, Google makes the updates and then gives it to each Android phone manufactures.