@Eddy If Plume was open source and you compiled it yourself,
then you could verify that that is all they are doing. In the
current situation they request blanket access to all "sensitive log
data" and you have no idea whether they send all data all the time
or only when you click that button.
The point is not that I disagree with what the developers claim
they are doing. The point is that they request permission to do a
lot more and verifying that they don't is a lot of effort (package
The permissions system was implemented so that we do not have to
rely on trust alone, and I intend to use it that way, otherwise,
what is the point of having the permissions system in the first
Do you want to just give every seemingly reputable app full access
to your phone and trust that they are nice people?
I really like Plume, and I paid for the full version
However, it seems I have to explore alternatives while the
un-updated version is still working:
TweetCaster also asks for log access, so no to that.
Tweedle seems quite good.
Next I will try TweetDeck as suggested by Av