My cel (Samsung J7 - android) reports this app is malware, how can I be sure that this won't happen with the paid version?
Yes, some of my clients also report this issue. Already contact the support, they said that this noted as an issue and they will release update for the software.
I hope they do this quick, because it's the matter of users trust. Nobody want to install app that has virus/malware except for user who desparately need the app.. lol :)
phone reported is belong to chief of public work service, and one of my user is mayor of the city, and this is a big problem for us. :(
Maybe, if many peoples report your app as virus.
I'm just give up, too many providers detect for virus and malicious. don't get me wrong, i like website2apk because it's simplicity, but i can rely on this for our customer and government project.
maybe it's still usefull for personal or internal project.
Its not an option to reporting false positive. We dont paid for that. Where did you see that thing that you say to us? You sold us an app and its producting apk with viruses. Are you serious? You have to fixe that problem by working all day and all night. It s not a bug problem. Its a virus problem and is urgent. Do you know that maybe google fcuk our accounts for that? I didnt paid for that. I paid for a program that could produce at least safe apps. I am gonna open a dispute on paypal if you dont fix the problem at the next 2 days.
@bibis @Aleskerov Although, In google play security check, it does not detect any malware within the app. The Anti-Virus companies are making a business out of these many apps. You people's have already saw a screenshot of AVG from us, they did a behavior test and detected nothing malicious and finally removed the detection.
The detection is no more there for now, if we remove all the JS functions and different kind of link supporting within the app, but not sure if it will be a permanent solution as it will be a trouble to most of our users.
We are working regularly to find the best way which won't get our users into trouble as well. Inconvenience caused is highly regretted.
PS: We are working on an update, which is on the way, will roll-out it soon.
Here you see, detection ratio is (5/63). The most well-known anti-viruses have marked it safe, some less-common programs have only detected it.
Now, we ask your suggestions about the issue.