► New design organizes high risk permissions into 6 categories
► Further separates downloaded apps from native apps; apps from unknown sources will be at the top of each list.
► Simplified app lists for faster navigation to suspicious apps
► General layout and organization simplified for better user control
SnoopWall Privacy App – Reclaim Your Privacy Today, For Free!
You are being spied on. It’s more than one app you trust on your smartphone. Trust us, we know, because we’ve already tested SnoopWall Privacy App with over 90,000 free apps from the google play store. You can register at www.snoopwallapps.com for free and view "Community App Settings" to see all the high risk applications we've discovered. The list is growing daily.
Why does Brightest Flashlight need to Geolocate you? It doesn’t. That’s why the FTC recently sued them. Here's the story: http://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2014/04/ftc-approves-final-order-settling-charges-against-flashlight-app
But what about all the other apps on your smartphone or tablet? What about your kids? Just watch this video of Miss Teen USA 2013, Cassidy Wolf, who was victimized because an online predator could watch her remotely through her webcam from an app she trusted: http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/miss-teen-usa-discusses-webcam-hack-at-cyber-security-expo/
It’s time to reclaim your privacy, today. Privacy App is free forever and it:
► Audit apps for high-risk capabilities which may allow spying or data leakage.
► Finds all the apps with the ability to spy on you
► Instantly see audit results for newly installed apps
► Audits your favorite banking apps for security flaws
► Discovers vulnerabilities your antivirus software may have missed
► Uninstall bad apps with intrusive and unnecessary permissions
► Shows you which apps use camera, bluetooth, gps, wifi, nfc, microphone and much more…
► Snoopwall can work alongside your existing antivirus, firewall or other mobile security software.
► FAQ and User Guide: https://snoopwall.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/200182396-Privacy-App-Android
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A convenient mobile interface for the self-installed AlertMe home monitoring system. Check up on the state of your home at a glance, and remotely control smart-plugs or arm/disarm the hub.
Yes, this is open sourced here: http://code.google.com/p/alertme-for-android/
Your AlertMe details are stored in your phone for convenient access - this app does not communicate with anything else other than the AlertMe API.
Please note that AlertMe limits the API use to something like 1k function calls, so there is a simple caching mechanism to help not reach that.
The main aim for this app is to perform a subset of the functions of the original 'Classic' web interface, presented in an easier mobile form. The roadmap is to integrate the 'eco/energy' aspects eventually.
** KNOWN ISSUES **
A user has reported an issue with non alphanumeric characters for the username/password - this is still being investigated (time of writing: 20121214, issue raised: 20121202)
** TO APP PROMOTERS (as of Sept 13 2013 onwards) **
I have made the deliberate decision to make this a free-to-download app, so I am not interested in promoting/advertising it. If you do still contact me (which I provide mainly for *app* related feedback) I will immediately report your emails as spam
Test results are combined with all other LinkWISCONSIN mobile tests in the area to verify your carrier’s coverage and advertised speeds. Your participation in this program helps the state assess your carrier’s coverage, speed and reliability in order to improve performance and connectivity going forward.
* Why should I participate?
Better wireless performance and connectivity helps everyone. Not only do you and your family rely on the wireless network, but adequate cell coverage and speeds are critical to police, fire and other emergency services. Each test the app performs provides valuable information about where wireless services need improvement in your community.
* What information is being collected from my device?
The app only cares about the performance of the wireless network (upload, download and latency) and the location of the test. There is not any association of other information to you or your device. It is completely anonymous, and no personal information of any sort is being collected.
* What about data usage?
The app ceases testing when it reaches the data consumption limit of 100 MB per month. (A typical data plan is in the 1-4GB/month range. It is recommended, however, that residents with no data plan or those with very small data allowances per month should not install the app.
* What about my privacy?
* Will my phone be spammed or filled with advertisements?
No. Volunteers running the testing app will never receive any ads, marketing or solicitations prompted by this application. Advertisements will not be displayed. You will not be asked for your email, phone number or any other means of contacting you. The purpose of this app is SOLELY to study mobile wireless connectivity and speeds.
* Are there other services like this?
The Mobile Pulse app works similarly to the traffic feature on Google Maps. The Google Maps app records your vehicle’s speed and location and then combines the anonymous test results with other Google Map users to show traffic congestion. Mobile Pulse uses this same concept, but for wireless network performance.
* What if I want to discontinue using the testing app?
You can delete the app from your device at any time.
Can I disable the application without deleting it?
Yes, you can temporarily disable the application by following the instructions for the app settings on your device.
Go to http://www.link.wisconsin.gov to learn more about the broadband mapping effort going on in your state.
* Find out what level of performance you or your group receives
* Measure network data performance across devices, carriers and geographies over time
* Use the web-based dashboard at mobilepulse.com to gain network insight for yourself or create a group for your organization, company, family or club where you can:
** Measure network performance
** Compare carriers and devices
** Diagnose problem coverage areas
** View detailed coverage maps based on your real performance
** Invite others to join your group
** Go to http://www.mobilepulse.com/sign-up now to get started
* Anonymous testing of mobile broadband networks
* Automatically measures network data performance every few days
* Stops testing when 100mb maximum data is reached per month and begins testing again on the first day of the next month
* Test results are combined with all other South Dakota tests in the area to validate carrier coverage and speeds
* Minimal battery impact.
Go to https://broadband.sd.gov to learn more.
- Anonymous testing of mobile broadband networks
- Automatically measures network data performance every few days
- Stops testing when 100mb maximum data is reached per month and begins testing again on the first day of the next month
- Test results are combined with all other LBI tests in the area to validate carrier coverage and speeds
- Minimal battery impact.
Go to http://www.broadband.la.gov/ to learn more.