Most Popular Ringtones app will boost you mobile phone with some of the greatest ringtones there are. In this app you will find entertaining, relaxing, techno and exotic sounds. These melodies can also serve you as your text message ringtones, alarm, widget or timer.
- Set as ringtone, assign to contacts
- Set as alarm and timer sound
- Set as SMS ringtone
- Set as widget
- Share on social networks or email sounds
- App is translated to English, Srpski, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español, Português, Русский, Polski, Svenska, 한국어, عربي, 日本語, Türkçe, ภาษาไทย, Ελληνικά, Bahasa Indonesia.
Why does the app need to read and modify call logs? Why would it need to write to call logs?
I've checked zedge which downloads and installs ringtones even allows contact settings but doesn't require this permission.
I've spot checked others and see the permission to read write contacts. I assume this is to assign separate ringtones per contact as well. No others I've seen (again just spot checked) ask for call log manipulation.
If Zedge (arguably the most popular) doesn't need this permission.... Why does your app?
Also, define "hottest" & "current".
I'm not saying there is something fishy with your app but I'd like to know why access to call logs is necessary for a ringtone app.
I have issue with Phone state as well, why is there a need to know device ids and when active? Please don't tell me its necessary to set ringtone. I'll find you several that don't require this permission.
I'll say this. Combine call logs with phone state and I smell something isn't right. Correct me and I will apologize. I will be happy to cite other examples of apps that do the same thing (better) without questionable permissions.
The most popular ringtones as far as I'm concerned is the ones I create. I find what I really like then convert them over to a .ogg when they don't want to play and bang my ringtone or notification is there forever.
I'd like to know more. Initially user introduced themselves as a developer. Every thread started has been for a new app but if you open the store apps have different developers. So, either user has jumped ship often, been forced to change or has multiple Google dev accounts, or is simply spamming. Nearly all apps have at least one questionable permission (to me any way).