Free apps are more talkative than their paid counterparts




Free apps are more talkative than their paid counterparts

No surprise that it has since been found at Juniper Networks: free apps are more curious than paid apps, is to say: they attack more often on the user’s data. According to analysts at Juniper Networks, who have examined approximately 1.6 million apps in Google Play, grab nearly one-third of the free apps on the location of their users, while only eight per cent are in paid apps.


This could of course be that free apps are often financed through advertising and even looks quite like those times after the location of the user. Also, address books, and user accounts are spied significantly more common in free apps. One reason to dispense entirely with those applications that is not necessarily, but we should be aware that we pay for free apps very well – it is by watching advertisements or disclosure of data.

Source: Statista |


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