1. masterton's Avatar
    1) He wants to log in to several accounts of the same app at the same time. One way to achieve this is to use clone apps, but he is worried about those apps (spying, stealing personal data etc.). You have to give a lot of permissions to them.

    There are some popular clone apps but they don't seem to be trustworthy. They are from China or India. They are bundled with bloatware and obtrusive ads, or lurk you into installing recommended apps.

    Do you know if there is any clone app which is trustworthy?
    Or is there any way to clone app by ourselves without the need of a clone app?

    2) There are some apps which need the storage permission (to store files), but it is an all-or-nothing permission. You either let them access all files or not.

    Is there any way you could put your private files/pictures to a specific folder and restrict the access, so even the apps which are granted the storage permission couldn't access this folder?

    Thank you.
    10-17-2018 04:59 AM
  2. hallux's Avatar
    You have to give a lot of permissions to them
    This is because in order to allow any app to be cloned the cloning app needs to have the permissions the cloned app needs. To achieve this, the cloning app just requests everything so it has all bases covered.
    10-17-2018 06:20 AM
  3. masterton's Avatar
    This is because in order to allow any app to be cloned the cloning app needs to have the permissions the cloned app needs. To achieve this, the cloning app just requests everything so it has all bases covered.
    Yes I know. That's why it is particularly important to select one which is trustworthy and safe. Unfortunately the popular ones do not seem to be trustworthy/safe, or perhaps I'm missing something.
    10-19-2018 07:40 AM
  4. Rukbat's Avatar
    Learning to develop Android apps yourself (which first means learning programming) would be one way to make sure that the app does only what you want it to do.
    10-19-2018 11:22 AM
  5. masterton's Avatar
    Learning to develop Android apps yourself (which first means learning programming) would be one way to make sure that the app does only what you want it to do.
    I don't know programming at all. A more feasible solution is to learn how to hack to clone apps.
    10-20-2018 05:59 AM
  6. masterton's Avatar
    Could anyone help? Thanks
    10-24-2018 06:39 AM
  7. masterton's Avatar
    Could anyone help? Thanks
    10-28-2018 12:57 AM

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