[Sticky] Is the Tutu app safe for iOS?  

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John McLendon
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I want to download and install premium games and apps using tutu app. Is the Tutu app safe for iOS, or is it a malware file?

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Posted : 06/03/2018 2:13 pm
David Kenyon
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No It is not safe, it is a spyware.

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Posted : 08/03/2018 11:00 am
Sarah T Tucker
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The common issue now is the phone started to hang and work slow. Also, phones were getting dialled automatically in many cases. Apart from these no other safety issues have been found with this app. Tutuapp is safe but apps on tutuapp may not be safe.

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Posted : 09/03/2018 1:18 pm
biblio tekah
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The Tutuapp is most definitely not safe, the permissions it asks for are ridiculous, the list goes on and on, if you care about your privacy it is very bad. It's also flagged as malware.”

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Posted : 17/04/2018 4:27 pm
maya kosoff
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Somehow, as tutu application is a third part application. When you install any application from it, the specific application requires your personal data, which means that you need to take a look at their terms and conditions. Otherwise the application is safe.

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Posted : 30/04/2018 8:10 pm
stephanie katcher
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I have used it works well need to use new account cause it auto moves u to San Francisco so if not will be soft banned on open. Works pretty well in my opinion. Waiting to see about update

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Posted : 25/05/2018 11:22 am
helenrandall
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Since the app is originated in China, it is an alternative to Google’s Play Store, it is really weired demand access to make call, send text and looking at your call logs, this kind makes it bit unsafe.

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Posted : 31/08/2018 8:43 am
andyrubale
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The reason I feel it is unsafe is for the kind of permission access it demands from your device. So there are chances that your device would be infected.

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Posted : 03/09/2018 10:23 am
dan goodin
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I’d say that the lesser number of apps you depend on, the better. I am mostly against using third-party apps. Many of them cause security issues and lead to the compromising of personal data. Well, that’s just my personal opinion.

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Posted : 14/12/2018 7:54 am
nnedi okorafor
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While these apps are enticing, loading any software outside of the Apple App Store is very risky! Best is to stick with real apps off of the Apps Store or use a second iPhone which you don’t have any personal info on so if its compromised you haven’t lost anything.

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Posted : 17/12/2018 12:54 pm
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