I had to stop into Chase bank. The person helping me out said to just download the Chase app and you can see if your deposit is cleared and such. So I looked up the app, and hit install... So Chase wants: Identity- Uses one or more account on device, profile data. Contacts-Uses contact info (but that is already in Identity. This says Contacts, more than 1) Location-Devices location Photos/Media/Files-Uses one or more of, also access to External Storage! Camera- Devices camera. No prob as you take pix to deposit. Wifi connect Info-View info about wifi, networking, names of connected devices REALLY!??? This is the type of app I want to use on my phone? When you check the same app on the Apple device, it asks for Location Camera THATS IT!!! Did I just swap phones from iOS to Droid for a horrible app experience? So far I have only been able to install 3 apps, as most other things that have ZERO reason to ask for certain info, require me it to install. Isn't google putting SOME parameters on these apps? I mean I can understand you getting some questionable access from some game, or supposed productivity app...But CHASE BANKING...I know bankers are thieves, but this is Googles hand in allowing them to do more than just banking. So as much as I LOVE how it tells me this info, instead of me seeing it on the iOS after I install it, BUT I think there is MUCH to gain from Apple OS if they are checking apps, or setting some parameters to stop apps from having access to things not needed! One of the reasons I wanted to give Google a shot was this app install feature that makes it more secure as it makes you aware...but I didn't think it would cripple my ability to use either! Maybe I am missing some function? I mean as soon as you install the app can access, grab and packet the info it wants..in case I'm able to disable specific points of access, I'm not sure if I can control that. But, whats the point once the damage is already done just by installing. Copy of info could even be in the Install file.