Want To Know Which iOS Apps Are Accessing Your Personal Data? Clueful Tells You Everything

Clueful helped identify "misdemeanant apps on your iPhone," but now it's gone.
Clueful promises to identify "misdemeanant apps on your iPhone."

There has recently been a lot of concern into the way in which our iOS apps access our personal data, and then what they do with it once it has been collected. Since the whole Path debacle in particular, users seem to be more concerned by the issue than ever before.

BitDefender is one security firm looking to capitalize upon that concern with a new app called Clueful, which promises reveal what each of your apps is doing with your data and identify the “misdemeanant apps on your iPhone.”

Good News: Your Saucy FaceTime Calls Really Are Encrypted… As Long As You Use The Right Connection

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The iPad 2 was the first iPad to bring us front- and rear-facing cameras.
The iPad 2 was the first iPad to bring us front- and rear-facing cameras.

Okay, so not all of us use FaceTime for sleazy video calls, but either way, you’ll be glad to hear that your FaceTime calls really are encrypted — just like Apple promised back in July 2010 — as long as you use the right type of connection.