We are happy to announce the BETA launch of our Appwatermark Android app protection service!
No more hacked and modded apps, removed IAPs, adware/virus injections, stolen intellectual property – and, in the end, wasted profit!
While in BETA, it is totally FREE to use without any functional or time limitations!
Here are some main features of our solution:
- No false positive virus detections
- No Keystore or any other sensitive data required
- “Drag&Drop” 15 seconds automatic integration
- 99% successful integration rate
- Corona, Unity, Xamarin and other frameworks compatible
- Compatible with most obfuscated apps
- Protection from ads removal or replacement
- Protection from in-app billing removal
- Protection from 3rd party SDKs injections
- Protection from app cloning
- Backsmali injection protection
- Protection from reverse engineering
- Lightning fast and featherweight SDK
- Zero impact on battery life
- Installs and “hack” installs reporting
Commercial version is launching soon and it will have some extremely complicated SDK anti-removal technology. The price of the protection of one APK file will be $5, which is substantially cheaper (and way easier to use) than any of commercial obfuscators, which, in the end, do the same as out solution.
Meanwhile, all anti-injection/reverse engineering/modification features will stay the same as in the BETA version. That means that you can already use our solution for your app protection and be pretty much sure that your apps will be safe!
Please feel free to use our solution and tell your fellow developers about it. We are very much interested in the project to be successful, because, if it will, the Android notorious hacking, virus, phishing and other issues will seize to exist!
Ok, at least they will be minimized, which is already a lot 😊
If you want to test our solution – please check our blog here with some initial basic reverse engineering case study with the help of APKTool. Alternatively, you can simply try to add our ads with the help of our project Addvertize.com, which, technically, also does SDK injections. Finally, please feel free to run your apps through VirusTotal just to make sure that our SDK is totally clean, Google Play or any other vendor compliant.
And, of course, we are happy to get your feedback about our project.