- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Mixxen should help you listen to any song or artist; however, this service is shaded by the fact that the application is recognized as adware. Advertisement-supported programs represent the ads linked to different parties. Even though Mixxen will not create and display its own ads, the application will present the offers, deals, pop-ups, and banner ads created by the third-party affiliates. These offers are not trustworthy, and so you should remove Mixxen without any delay.
You can download Mixxen from its official download page mixxen.com; however, it would not be surprising to discover it presented by third-party software distributors as well. If you have downloaded this adware together with unfamiliar programs, you should research them. If you find out that these programs are unreliable, you should delete them right away. Use a malware scanner to determine whether you need to remove Mixxen-associated threats from your operating system. Note that SpyHunter offers a great and free malware scanner.
Our malware researchers have discovered that Mixxen is a clone of Mobius Radio, Meteoroids, Zombie Alert, and Blasteroids, all of which require removal. The applications will not be installed onto your operating system at the same time; however, they may be installed with other unreliable programs. Note that Mixxen and its clones present potentially unreliable advertisements, and they could be used to drop even more undesirable programs that you will need to delete. Make sure you do not interact with the displayed ads; otherwise, you will need to delete other advertisement-supported programs and undesirable applications.
The creator of Mixxen is Surf Island Solutions. Our malware researchers indicate that this is the name of a company that may use other names, including Ratio Applications, Acute Angle Solutions, Time Lapse Solutions, and Creative Island Media LLC. Even though Mixxen does offer a functional radio player, you certainly should consider its removal. Note that the app has been built using the Injekt engine, the same engine that has been employed for the creation of Movie Wizard, TV Time, and other unreliable software that must be deleted.
If you do not want to worry about your virtual security, you should not allow undesirable programs running on your operating system. We have prepared a manual removal guide that will help you delete Mixxen and possibly other unwanted programs as well. If the manual removal does not work and the suspicious ads keep showing up, we recommend installing automatic malware removal software. It is most likely that the removal of Mixxen was not successful or that other threats are active on your personal computer.
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