Tags: Android, app, app store, Apple, apps, Clones, Dong Nguyen, Flappy Bird, google play, iOS, iPad, iPhone, malicious, Malware, mobile, Phone, Privacy, security, Smartphone, smartphones, tablet, Tablets.
Posted 02/12/2014 at 12:58 PM
Posted 3 years ago
Dong Nguyen may not have been able to “take anymore” of his Flappy Bird, $50,000 per day, ad revenue producing app, but that hasn’t stopped malicious app developers from attempting to cash in on the popularity of the now-defunct flapping app, by writing malware into Flappy Bird clones.
If you’re searching for an app to replace your beloved Flappy Bird, be wary of dangerous imposters that will only cause you misery and grief.