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Report:  Nearly 2% of the 1,000 Highest-Grossing Apps in Apple’s App Store Are Scams – and They’ve Already Scammed Us out of $48-million

Be careful what you download.  Market research firm Appfigures says that nearly two percent of the 1,000 highest-grossing apps in Apple’s App Store are scams.

In fact, they say the offending apps have scammed consumers – people like you and me –  out of an estimated 48-million dollars.

The top five biggest scamming apps are:  Guitar Tuner Pro, MatureDating, BothLive, iMetric Analyser for Instagram, and mSpy.

A spokesperson for Apple says, “We hold developers to high standards to keep the App Store a safe and trusted place for customers to download software, and we will always take action against apps that pose harm to users.”

Learn more, here:  (Daily Mail)

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