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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission


When a program enters your computer together with potentially unwanted applications, chances are the program is not reliable. This is exactly what we can say about ZoomifyApp. This application is promoted as an extremely useful browser extension at, but the problem is that it is directly related to such notorious applications as In fact, our research team says that ZoomifyApp is a direct clone of This fact should be enough to convince you that you must remove ZoomifyApp from the system immediately. If you allow this application to stay, you can be sure to experience several security issues.

Truth to be told, ZoomifyApp is not a dangerous computer infection. It only enters the system if the user allows it to. It often happens when users download freeware apps from third-party sources. As far as we know, ZoomifyApp may come bundled with RocketTab, YTDownlaoder, VuuPC or Reg Clean Pro. Users often skip important installation steps, so they do not notice that they install a number of other applications. ZoomifyApp does not modify your default homepage and search engine, so you most probably will not notice this application until it starts displaying commercial advertisements.

According to the information provided at the official website, with ZoomifyApp you should be able to access the most popular websites (such as eBay, Twitter or Facebook) in no time. What is more, ZoomifyApp also comes with a set of additional features that makes your web browsing a far more engaging experience. However, you have to remember that nothing comes for free, and the reason you do not need to pay ZoomifyApp is because this program is ad-supported.

It means that once ZoomifyApp enters your system; it starts collecting information on what websites you visit and what you search for online. When it has enough data, it generates pop-up ads and shopping offers on popular online malls. Be informed, that ZoomifyApp does not provide the ad content itself. It relies on such adware applications as Deal Finder or Lyrics adware family. It means that ZoomifyApp cannot be held responsible for whatever you see on the ads, and in case you click them and get redirected to unreliable websites, that is not covered by ZoomifyApp’s privacy policy.

Therefore, even if this application seems useful, it comes with specific features that are not entirely welcome. You need to take all the potential security risks into account and remove ZoomifyApp from your computer before it manages to expose you to dangerous threats. Please follow the manual removal instructions below to uninstall ZoomifyApp, and if you have any further questions on your computer’s security, do not hesitate to leave us a comment.

How to remove ZoomifyApp

Windows 8

  1. Drag mouse cursor to the bottom right of the desktop.
  2. When Charm bar appears click Settings and click Control panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program and remove Zoomify.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and click Control panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove Zoomify.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start menu button and navigate to Control panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall Zoomify.
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  1. shaheed Dec 27, 2014


  2. bushda Dec 28, 2014

    correct, not that easy, don't even see it in my registry

  3. Jim Tull Dec 29, 2014

    This doesn't work. Zoomify can't be removed with the "Add or Remove Programs" feature in XP. What next??

  4. SweetHolyCookie Jul 17, 2016

    Run a virus program like Antimalware Bytes and that will get it out I have it and when I scanned my computer Anti malware saw it and removed it. and no im not just promoting anti malware bytes im commenting cause it works

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