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Quantity confirms quality: Dr.Web for Android downloaded by 35 million users

October 17, 2013

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is pleased to announce that downloads of its Dr.Web for Android and Dr.Web for Android Light have reached 35 million. Doctor Web's product for Android is now one of the most popular anti-viruses on Google Play, and the download geography spanning from the U.S. to Taiwan is the best evidence of its worldwide success.

Less than a year has passed since 10 million downloads were announced. . Since then, Dr.Web for Android has been repeatedly upgraded to face challenges in the volatile world of mobile threats. May 2013 saw release of the product's eighth version.

According to Google Play's download statistics for Dr.Web for Android and its free version—Dr.Web for Android Light—the number of users choosing Dr.Web to protect their handhelds is growing by 3-4 million every month. Considering that Google Play is not the only store from which Dr.Web can be acquired, the actual figure is even greater.

Dr.Web for Android enjoys the greatest popularity in Russia. Saudi Arabia ranks second. Japan is in the third place, followed by Ukraine, Turkey, Taiwan, and the United States.

Doctor Web congratulates all the users of Dr.Web for Android for reaching the 35 million mark and thanks them for choosing Dr.Web and thus confirming the reliability and high quality of Dr.Web protection.

You can download Dr.Web for Android Light (as well as the full version of the anti-virus) from the Google Play , acquire it when you purchase Dr.Web Mobile Security on Doctor Web's site, or purchase Dr. Web Antivirus or Dr.Web Security Space for your PC and get Dr.Web for Android free of charge.

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