Redmorph forays in India with privacy and security app

Pittsburgh-based Redmorph, today announced its foray into the Indian market with its comprehensive privacy and security app for Indian smartphone users.

The Redmorph app offers a unique all-inclusive solution for smartphone users to get proactive control over not just privacy but over security aspects as well. The app allows users to clearly visualize what is happening in the background behind apps, OS and websites in real time.

The product is equipped with algorithms to audit all system and user apps to determine and minimize risks. With behavioural and predictive analysis, it uses contextual logic to identify and block suspicious or malicious apps.

The solution monitors background behavior and proactively prevents malicious apps from spying on banking, email, social and other critical apps. Equipped with daily tracker and app definitions updates, the app ensures full protection from threatening behavior from apps on the customer’s phone.

Redmorph is a partner of Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab Privacy and Security Institute. As a CyLab partner, Redmorph advises and collaborates with Carnegie Mellon researchers on cybersecurity topics of importance.

The app enables the blocking of non-essential background activity, trackers and network connections resulting in significant data usage savings, faster browsing and improved device performance in most devices. Respecting the data privacy of users, the Redmorph doesn’t store any personal information of users.

Speaking on the occasion of the launch, Abhay Edlabadkar, Founder & CEO, Redmorph said, “At Redmorph, we believe that privacy is a precursor to security and are committed to helping people better protect their privacy online.”

Priced at Rs. 50 per month with 21 days trial, the app is available on Google Play store for Android smartphone users. Over the next few months, the company plans to release several new powerful features, and existing users will be automatically upgraded.

 

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