Mobogenie is an application which is intended mostly for Android device users. It is a legitimate software program and it has nothing to do with computer infections, but sometimes it may be considered a potentially unwanted application. However, that is not something Mobogenie is to blame for, because the application is bundled with freeware by third parties that try to promote various programs. Hence, if you have installed Mobogenie onto your computer willingly, you need to take no actions against it, but if the program has arrived together with other freeware it would probably be for the best to uninstall it.
As far as the legitimate part of Mobogenie is concerned, you can easily download the application at mobogenie.com. The applications functions as an app manager which allows you to search for and download useful apps online. This program has a separate window and you no longer need to use your browser in search for the apps you need or want. Consequently, it is easy to see that Mobogenie is very far from being a browser hijacker or a browser extension, because it does not implement any kind of changes on your browser, nor does it provide you with irrelevant third party advertisements.
Based on the information on the official website, Mobogenie can also help you manage your contacts, media, texts, and even back-up and restore your data in case you lose your phone. Naturally, as you can already tell, Mobogenie is basically intended for the Android mobile device users, but it is also possible to download the application on your computer as well.
You might ask, so what is the problem? The problem is that Mobogenie can also come bundled with such applications as SecretSauce or WebDownload Manager. That is not to say that it employs malicious tactics to get onto your computer. It simply means that you need to be careful when you download applications from third party file hosting pages. However, if you accidentally installed Mobogenie along with other applications, you can easily remove it on your own.
The thing you should be worried about is not Mobogenie but other applications that might have come bundled with it, as bundled downloads is a common distribution methods of adware and potentially unwanted freeware. Make sure you scan your PC with a licensed antimalware tool to check whether your computer is really safe.
For the manual Mobogenie removal, refer to the instructions below, and if you have any questions regarding your computer’s security, or how to protect yourself from potentially unwanted software, to not hesitate to contact us by leaving a comment in the box below this description.
How to remove Mobogenie
Windows Vista & Windows 7
Danger level: 3