McAfee today announced the release of an enhanced version of McAfee® Mobile Security featuring App Lock, an innovative new app privacy technology, as well as a completely refreshed user interface. The enriched and all-inclusive security solution provides Android smartphone and tablet users with the power to ensure that the personal information living inside their mobile apps remains personal and protected. Some of the most commonly used apps on the Android platform such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Gmail don’t necessarily require a log-in each time they’re launched. App Lock, which is now a part of McAfee’s app protection arsenal, safeguards against this privacy danger. It allows Android users to protect installed apps against misuse by locking them with the same PIN that’s tied to their McAfee Mobile Security account. McAfee is the first to include this feature as an integrated part of a comprehensive mobile app privacy solution. “From photos to emails to credit card numbers, our mobile apps hold invaluable data that is often left unprotected and vulnerable,” said Ari Jaaksi, senior vice president and general manager, mobile engineering and operations at McAfee. “App Lock allows consumers to block nosy friends, thieves and hackers from invading their privacy and stealing personal information. And for parents whose children have access to their phones, it can be used to control which apps the little ones can access.” McAfee Mobile Security is the most comprehensive mobile security solution available to Android users. In addition to App Lock, the update includes features designed to streamline the user experience and improve protection efficiency. A redesigned user interface provides a consistent experience across all McAfee consumer solutions and a simple-to-use color-coded system that makes it even easier to scan for threats. In addition to providing even more efficient battery usage and a compressed file size, McAfee has also recently boosted malware detection capabilities by 300 percent with more than 3 million apps as part of its Global Threat Intelligence Network.