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    "Misleading; Not a Google product!"

    September 5, 2011  |   By Gnostradamus


    No sign anywhere that this is an individual's own product. I had to dig deep into the developer's website, which was hard to find, to figure out the truth, because even the website had prominent Google logos.


    I just don't trust a program like this with my Gmail password, which would basically give him/her full access to my communications and other accounts. There's no sign they do anything with it, but they also make no effort to even admit the issue.


    You may trust it. I don't. Someone who potentially can gain access to all of their users's accounts, email and otherwise, need to be upfront about it. I don't even this this should be on the site, given the extent of developer's efforts to hide the fact that this is an unofficial product at best.

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