It’s quite common that mobile apps deal with a lot many security threats at the development stage, but once they are developed they are more prone to attacks as they’re out in open. Meanwhile, a Security solutions company SEWORKS is eyeing to launch a new SaaS-based protection for Android called AppSolid offering the development teams hands-on protection and tracking of the apps all through the lifespan.

AppSolid is efficient in detecting and it easily logs details of tempering attempts and memory hacking that help developers in evaluating trends in security threats, comprising of the kind of hacking tools which are to be used against them most often. At the same time it identifies weaknesses requiring immediate address, and it allows developers having a kill-switch option, to shun a potentially compromised app at the device level in case a breach occurs.

“We spent many months developing and perfecting a seamless solution to protect Android apps used by billions everyday,” says SEWORKS founder and CEO Min Pyo Hong. “We are proud to finally offer AppSolid to all Android developers, giving them everything they need to quickly and cost-effectively keep their mobile apps safe – especially after they’re published, when developers need full, immediate visibility on any hacking attempt”.

As per the research conducted by SEWORKS, 85 percent among the foremost 200 apps on Google Play are to be easily decompiled and this allows them to be very vulnerable to malicious hacking. AppSolid allows developers a powerful, cost-effective, easy-to-use solution that protects and tracks their apps, from development to publication as well as afar. As it’s totally cloud based, hence developers are allowed to upload their APK file to AppSolid as it instantly lends it binary level obfuscation and encryption.

Android developers are enabled to give a try to AppSolid free for six weeks along with an iOS version that is there in the waiting.