Angry Birds tops corporate mobile blacklist, Facebook, YouTube follow

Research by mobile device management firm Zenprise found that Angry Birds was the most-blacklisted application among users enrolled in its Zencloud MDM service. Other mobile apps that companies blocked their employees from using at work include Facebook, Google Play, Dropbox, YouTube and Skype, Zenprise found. Interestingly, Zenprise also found that Skype was the most whitelisted app among its customers, thus making it the top app to appear on companies' blacklists and whitelists. 

Zenprise also notes that companies have gotten a lot busier when it comes to blacklisting apps, as the firm reports "seeing more than three times as many blacklisted apps in Q1 than in our last report" released earlier this year. Zenprise says that companies have been a lot more proactive in blocking apps that pose potential security threats over the past quarter, including Dropbox, Evernote and Cydia.