Melissa Stephenson https://www.securedatarecovery.com 1m 161 #healthapp
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Women’s health apps are the least trusted in America & 66% of people would share data if they got paid
Pull out your phone…it’s time to see if you have any of America’s least trusted apps. As easy as it is to download an app, it’s also easy for providers to collect & possibly distribute your data.
So, Secure Data Recovery conducted a study to find out which apps Americans trust, and how they feel about data collection.
Women’s health apps are the least trusted in America.
If companies paid them for it, 66% of respondents would be open to data collection.
Top concerning apps in 5 categories- social media: TikTok, women’s health: Ovia, dating: Hinge, payment: Cash App, shopping: Klarna.
Top apps Americans have low concern for but have high data capture: YouYube, Target, Gmail, Google Maps.
Because of data collection and/or privacy concerns, 61% have deleted a specific app.
Here’s a look at more of the study findings.