The short answer: YES you absolutely can don’t let anyone tell you otherwise or we’re all gonna...
The long answer is that while Android smartphones or tablets can’t get viruses, they can get other forms of malware — primarily when you inadvertently install untrustworthy apps.
It’s important to note the difference between the two: Malware, or malicious software, is any piece of software designed to harm the user or the device. A virus is a kind of malware which replicates itself to the point of corrupting user or system files on a device. This doesn’t happen on Android devices.
Malware apps like Android/ztorg (detected in app file org.rain.ball.update in June) could access your private information and disrupt your life in a number of ways:
Stealing your contacts and sensitive photos
Following your every move with a location tracker
Reading your private text messages
Saving your passwords after you type them in
Jacking up your phone bill with tons of SMS messages to premium numbers
Going on shopping sprees with your bank account
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