Which App is Tracking You on Your Android Device

Some apps  are secretly monitoring users and sending information back to companies like “tracking”, “spyware”,  ”malware”, etc. Android has so many apps that can detect spywares and malwares on your device and clean them but here is a new app that lets you see which app is using what connectivity feature to track you. This app called “Who is Tracking”

Who isTracking  is a free handy app that will detect any malicious apps or bloatware trying to track your location and user datas. i.e (GPS locaiton, history, Social Networks info, Browsers, Messages, Communication, 2G & 3G, etc…)

While some of these trackers might not use our data for any illegal activity, there might be others who can do this. Such apps can monitor, record and access the data created by you while sharing with various apps on your Android device and send them to their bosses with grinning faces.

With Who is Tracking, you may be surprised with how many apps have access to your device in ways you’d never even consider.

After running the detection test <Who is tracking> you will receive a real time sound alert if any traces of tracking is found, In-case any one trying to tack the sound will come automatically( Real time sound Works only paid app).

Free Download Who is Tracking

Kannan is an Android enthusiast, a ROM Developer, a Tech Blogger and a responsible Son. Seeking and working hard on his ambition to join the Google Android Developers Team.


  1. Rudraksh Pathak

    Jul 6, 2013 at 4:55 am

    Wow that’s a very informative post regarding the security issues. Thanks for the post.

    • Kannan

      Jul 6, 2013 at 5:10 am

      Thank you very much Rudraksh Pathak. Glad you like my efforts on writing this article.

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