Almost 60 percent of the Android users surely will have this utility app, ES File Manager installed in their Android smartphones. Today, Google removes the popular from its Google Play Store. This is because Google founds this app could be clicking on its own ads on behalf of the users. This might make your smartphone vulnerable to hackers.
This is not the first app has the issue. It seems, there are more than 46 apps has been removed from the Google Play Store. All of these apps are belong to Du Global which is the subdivision of DO Global. The developer has been caught under the click fraud scandals. When we tried to search for the app from the Google Play Store it shows ” We’re sorry, the requested URL was not found on this server.”
In conclusion, if you want to avoid your smartphone from affecting by this malware it is better for you to uninstall this app as soon as possible. There are few alternatives of file manager which you can find it from here.