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  1. Android News

    The EFF has withdrawn the recent Verizon spyware claims

    The EFF recently accused Verizon of installing spyware on a number of their phones. However, Verizon has told the EFF that AppFlash would initially work on just a single phone -- a midlevel device called the LG K20 V -- as a test and that customers would have to opt in to use the app.
  2. Android News

    Verizon's AppFlash collects tons of private data

    Verizon's privacy policy for AppFlash shows that the app recommendation engine collects tons of user and device data for purposes of targeted advertising and improved recommendations.
  3. Android News

    Evie partners with Verizon to launch a new home screen feature called AppFlash

    Verizon Wireless customers already know about the bloatware that gets installed on their devices. Today though, it's been announced that Verizon has teamed up with Evie to launch a AppFlash. AppFlash will help users find content and services across different apps, and Evie is working with...