Generally helpful But doesn't give individual recommendations, just tells you if an app might be low, medium, or high risk. Clueful should not flag a weather app because it wants to know your location, but it should give a red alert if a flashlight app wants access to your contacts and accounts; Clueful does neither of these. It just gives a generic warning in each case.
Recommended Really great app which picked up threats I hadn't spotted (and I'm pretty careful). Led me to uninstall 2 apps and avoid another. Excellent service to protect your privacy from unscrupulous developers!
Great app The app tells me which apps are a privacy threat & which ones aren't right when they are installed. I appreciate that a lot. I wish it could block/restrict/give us a heads up when a high risk app is leaking any such data or at least block the transfer of data through from such apps & ask our permission before letting the data transfer to take place(maybe just in high risk apps).
A must-have app I'm always carefull with what apps to install and installed apps, so the information this app delivers is very important. So far, I found out several installed apps on my device have some intrusive permissions and one app actually leaks information.The search bar has an amazing functionality where you can check apps risks before installing them. Highly recommend Clueful.
Everything is a threat Frist it is a helpful tool to identify potential risks. Hoever it seems to pick up everyone and it's mother as a threat. The app checks programs permissions data to identify security holes. However certain apps that are identified as threats are from reputable competitors. I'm not sure if the program is comparing the actual data in live situations or only taking the permissions for face value. Again the tool is helpful however when you install a security app you should know it's there.
MY JURY'S OUT. SO FAR, A KEEPER. Very useful as *one factor* in judging an app's overall security, providing food for thought. BUT I also find it alarmist and hyper-vigilant... to the point of creating paranoia. For me, it'll stay on as a security tool to be used with caution, not the be all and end all. (Why is it suspicious for a weather app to ask for permission to access location? Or for a photo editor to access photos/media/files? How else can they function?) Erring on the side of caution is not a bad thing though. Well done overall.
- fixed crash on devices running Android 2.3.X
- added search for apps.
- bug fixing
- memory optimization
- added new language packs for TR , BR, IT ,
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