As technology continues to grow, several applications have been developed to run on different smartphones. It is noticeable that as these technologies upgrade their user interface/interaction has developed rapidly over time. Due to increased benefits in mobility, wide area networks, social media, online banking, etc, the usage of mobile devices is on a steady rise. According to the Ericsson company report,
before the year 2020 subscription made by smartphones will increase to not less than six billion with mobile networks generating more than 80% of traffic . Furthermore, it is known that about 96% of mobile traffic is generated by Apple and Android OS, of which Android shares 50% of it . However, the fact that the increase in the development of smartphones tends to be rapid does not change the fact that there have been problems in its development. First, due to the increase in demand for well-produced smart-phones, a large market has been opened for malicious software development. Secondly, since Android is open-source, it has become vulnerable to attacks and has been used to steal personal information from users. More so, applications designed for malicious intents have affected the use of smartphones as vendors who had fallen victim to an attack are careful to purchase new applications as their activities can be monitored and private Information stolen.