Google seems, by all accounts, to be running an exploration application that may cross paths with similar strategies that drove Apple to upset an information gathering application kept running by Facebook, TechCrunch says.
Google's Screenwise Meter is a welcome just program utilizing an Enterprise Certificate to "sideload" the information gatherer onto telephones, with gift vouchers guaranteed in kind of information checking.
And keeping in mind that Google gives off an impression of being unmistakably increasingly forthright about the application, TechCrunch takes note of that utilizing an Enterprise Certificate as such is by all accounts a similar reason that drove Apple to repudiate Facebook's endorsement, causing what NYT's Mike Isaac called "complete disorder" inside Facebook as worker just applications quit dealing with iPhones.
The report goes on to explain that the Google app, called Screenwise (but since rebranded as part of the Google Opinion Rewards program), was launched in 2012 and let users earn gift cards in exchange for sideloading the VPN app that will let Google monitor their traffic and data. It was originally open to users as young as age 13, though its rules now specify that the primary user has to be at least 18.
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