Statement regarding to malicious detections from Play Protect
Google introduced with Play Protect a way, to warn Android Users from installing Apps of other, google-unknown sources. If the developer of the apps is not known by Google, Google will warn their users during the installation (when being still able to abort installation) and the first start after installation of the app with Play Protect of potential malware.
You may also receive a warning on my apps though, since I'm not a google-known developer. I've experienced it myself, when releasing an application that Play Protect does that. I can ensure, that I do not create any malicious applications. Almost all of my public projects is (and will be) open-source, meaning: If you're familiar with development or know a developer, reviewing by it's code its clearly obvious that nothing bad will be done inside my apps.
tl;dr: With this all being said, I wanted to inform you that none of my apps has not malware, virus or other harmful content inside.