Did you know that I often check apk that I build with the #ExodusPrivacy standalone software.
It allows me to be sure when introducing a new library or during their updates that I don't introduce trackers.
If some devs are interested, have a look at
Also, you can support the project here: https://exodus-privacy.eu.org/en/page/contribute/
@email@example.com If I'm correct exodus works only on apps from google play. #classyshark3xodus works on all apps, a nifty addition to exodus.
Yes, the purpose of the standalone is to be able to scan all apk. You can download apk from websites and check them locally with a command line tool.
The app working with the classic exodus, currently filters apk listed on the device. But the one you mentioned work with a larger number of apps as it downloads locally the tracking db.
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