Best answer by YegorP
You are very welcome! Thanks for checking and confirming that you are using our newest software. This makes the answer to your app question somewhat easier to explain.
In terms of the actual Webroot Secure Anywhere software, the difference between the Essentials version (the one you are on) and the Complete version is that the complete version includes everything the Essentials comes with as well as a password management feature, mobile protection (for Android), and file and password sync with mobile devices. On top of that, the Complete package comes with 10GB included online storage, whereas Essentials comes with 2GB. For a full comparison, you can check out our website's product page.
When it comes to mobile, it is a bit trickier. As I mentioned above, only the Complete version of the software comes with mobile protection. However, this only pertains to Android users (sort of). This is because there are three different Webroot apps for Android; a free app, a premier app (paid), and a complete app (free if you have Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete). The premier and complete app are identical in terms of protection (both have more features than the free app), but the premier app is what you would have to download and pay for if you wanted added protection and were not on the Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete.
Things are not the same when it comes to Apple devices, however. This is because both of the Webroot apps for iOS, SecureWeb and SecureSync are free in the Apple App store. SecureWeb is a safe web browser that works pretty much the same as Safari with the added protection against malware and phishing sites. ANYBODY who has an Iphone, Ipad, or Itouch can download and use Webroot SecureWeb from the App Store. SecureSync is designed to cohesively work with your Webroot SecureAnywhere portal account (if you haven't made one yet, click here to create an account) by giving you access to your documents, music, and pictures already synced to that account. While this app is also free to download, it wouldn't make sense for someone who doesn't have Webroot SecureAnywhere on their computer to download it as you need to use your portal credentials to login to SecureWeb. That being said, however, if you only have the Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus, this app is also useless as the Antivirus version of the software doesn't come with the backup and sync feature. So you could still login using your portal account, but the page would be blank and you wouldn't be able to use the app. So this leaves Essentials and Complete as the only versions compatible with this app.
As an Essentials user, you will be able to use the Securely app with no problems (to make a long story short). There is also a page on the community that explains both iOS apps in more detail and also has a setup tutorial video you can check out!
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.