This Is How iPhone Apps are Tracking You
Apps have long been scrutinized for selling your location information, and that’s still the case today.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that apps that cost money collect and share less data than their free counterparts do. The logic is obvious: Most paid apps don’t have ads and so don’t benefit directly from collecting data about you. Free apps aren’t always bad, and paid apps don’t always respect your privacy, so you still need to scrutinize apps before installing them.
Read this article to find out more about iPhone apps tracking you:
We Checked 250 iPhone Apps—This Is How They’re Tracking You | Wirecutter