Google has released a detailed security system which is being used to protect the Android app store from malevolent software named Bouncer. The service scrutinizes the apps and notifies those with suspicious code before they enter the store. Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google’s Vice President of Engineering for Android, explained about Bouncer. It goes this way, when an app is submitted by a software maker to the Android Market it gets run through a simulation on Google’s servers to detect hidden spyware, malware and Trojans, which are utilized by spiteful programmers to steal the personal information of a user. Google also traces developers account to restrict repeat offenders from presenting their software to the app market. “Our systems are getting better at detecting and eliminating malware every day, and we continue to invite the community to work with us to keep Android safe,” he wrote. Google has disclosed Bouncer after a large number of critics have shown concern about the weaker Android security compared to Apple iOS.