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More Than Half Of Android Devices Run Outdated Browsers
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Jason Lares
Jason Lares,
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5/10/2017 | 5:39:12 PM
Re: Thank you for sharing
"Flash frequently updates to patch security bugs"

Isn't it about time developers ditch this buggy, glitchy software for good?! Always crashing my browser, or is it just me?
darkdobre
darkdobre,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/17/2016 | 1:39:39 AM
Thank you for sharing
I agree, even I pay much attention in internet security, there are many Android app I don't updates, because of I don't use them regularly or don't want because of the big size of the update file. Thank you for sharing the post.


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