In the interest of full disclosure, I want to let you know that I integrated analytics software into this latest version as well. First, know that Awesomeandroidapps.com never collects personally identifiable information – I have no knowledge of your name, phone number, email address, etc. It never collects your location other than to report what country you’re in. What it does collect is how many people are using awesomeandroidapps.com, what screens are visited most, how long/how people use awesomeandroidapps.com, and what devices they use most. This jives with the privacy policy tucked into the app – currently it’s hidden off in random corners of the app (like a link at the bottom of the Neighborhood Info screen), and I apologize for that. In the next release, I’ll try to do something to make it more clear. I’m not saying this because anyone complained, just because I don’t want to hide anything about what’s going on. I collect this information so I know what parts of the app are getting the most use – I’ll tend to give more focus to improving the most-used parts, and to tell if something is wrong (if no one ever gets to a certain screen, I’ve probably messed up). I may someday share aggregate information, like number of users per month, with a third party, but I’ll never ever share information about a single user. If you have questions about this, feel free to email me.

Note that awesomeandroidapps.com does not currently have analytics software installed, though I do get some information on how often those games are used by seeing how many ads are served per day. Again, I never collect personally identifiable information within those apps, and I would never share it either, but I may someday add analytics software to those as well.