Back to the must have apps question.. LBE Privacy Guard!! It's a great app, let's you control which apps can access your id, contacts, mms/sms, phone etc! Like I don't get why a clock app needs to access anything other than the time, and maybe location.
Please mention that the app "LBE Privacy Guard" only works on rooted devices.
Giving root access to an app is the equivalent of giving ALL permissions and much much more.
So you have to trust what the developer is doing because the app can read all the information on your phone and send it to whatever servers and you have no way of knowing.
Many apps do not require any special permissions...some I'm sure, sell your information to 3rd parties....you'll usually see a spike in spam after.
Actually most apps with ads sell some of your informations to display targeted ads.
Is there an Android equivalent of Nokia Suite or iTunes? I want to sync photos, music, messages and appointments with my PC.
I've switched everything to Google Calendar and that seems to be working except for music. Thanks. I now want Offline maps. On the Nokia N8 it has worldwide maps with turn by turn voice guidance and street name all available without using data. I travel a lot and this has been a great function. Is there anything like this for the Galaxy Nexus?
BTW, Sport Tracker for running is on Android now and is the best for tracking workouts.
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