Android users are familiar with the Google Play store

which houses over 2.5 million different apps to meet all your needs

You can choose from a wide variety of options to stream music

stay up to date on news, or browse social media

But with all this talk about data tracking and cookies

it can be hard to determine whether certain apps are straying from their core function

Now, Google has issued a new warning about just that

Android users may be feeling tired of warnings from Google

as it was recently announced that a dangerous new malware program called "Octo" had been discovered

According to a blog post from financial cybersecurity firm ThreatFabric

If you accidentally download it, hackers can gain full control of your device

To avoid infecting your phone with Octo or other malware, experts advise being careful about which apps and programs you install on your devices