Apps You Should Delete
from Your Phone
Keep in mind that you should always do your research and try to familiarize yourself with the app developer company before downloading.
that will be a good indicator of whether or not the app is trustworthy.
Use common sense, weed out the bad apps, delete 'em now, and never look back!
It's meant to help you save precious cash at the pump by letting you compare prices at gas stations nearby—wherever you are.
Tik Tok have access to your hardware IDs, memory usage, the apps installed on your phone, your IP address, or your most recently used WiFi access points.
An ad platform hidden in some of the game's code let the company target advertisements to its users and, in an unfortunate twist of fate, that ad data was completely visible.
Sensitive data and even information about users' sexual orientation were public and available to those government agencies and beyond.
Just like Instagram and Twitter, its users waste far too much time on the app, which often results in anxiety or depression.
The app is also constantly running in the background and sending you annoying push notifications that drain your battery and data limits.
The company itself is also harvesting your data to build a profile of you for advertisers.
Facebook's app can take photos and video, record audio, add and delete contacts, read your texts and your calendar, and more.
The app lets you take a photo of a document and instantly turn it into a PDF. Cool, right?
Of course—until the malware it's been infected with crawls into your phone.
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