Role Playing Game#1 in Role Playing
While this app certainly isn't malware, it sure does employ a suite of third-party trackers and we doubt the average "streamer" would expect that.
Streamer Life!'s Privacy Rating is D. We found 9 different third-party trackers in the Streamer Life! app, and there were 169 attempted tracking connections detected during our test.
Blocked tracking attempts.
How was tracker testing done?
Tested using Lockdown v1.2.4.
What was done during the test?
169 tracking attempts during initial app setup and playing through 3 levels.
How many tracking attempts each time the app is opened?
Average of around 100 tracking attempts each time the app is opened and a few streaming tasks are completed.
Did user give consent to tracking before tracking started?
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