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Pocketpair warns players about fake Palworld Mobile app

Pocketpair warns players about fake Palworld Mobile app

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Pocketpair, the developer of Palworld, cautioned its community against downloading fake Palworld mobile app posing as being official.

Pocketpair, the developer of the Palworld, has warned players to be wary of fake mobile apps. Recently an App store listing page was getting viral posing as official Palworld Mobile app. As per Palworld developer, these fake apps are designed to steal personal information or commit fraud.

n a social media post, Pocketpair said that there is no official Palworld Mobile app for phones and that any apps using the names or product images of Palworld are not affiliated with the company. The studio also said that it has reported these fake apps to Apple and Google, which operate the AppStore and Google Play, respectively. Check out the full tweet by the developer below:

The Dangers of Fake Palworld Mobile App

Palworld has been a huge success, with over eight million sales in less than six days on Steam. This success has made it a target for scammers, who are trying to profit from the game’s popularity. Downloading fake apps can be dangerous. These apps may steal your personal information, such as your login credentials or credit card information. They may also install malware on your device, which can give hackers access to your data or even control of your device.

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How to Protect Yourself

To protect yourself from fake apps, only download apps from trusted sources, such as the AppStore or Google Play. Be wary of apps that have low ratings or reviews, or that ask for more permissions than they need. If you see a fake app, report it to the store immediately.


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