I'm sure a few apps that weasel their way into unencrypted data in the folder root, location info, etc, have been found and later eliminated (especially when Apple would rather put in its own version...)
I bet there are plenty more situations like this one, and others, that show Apple's pie is half-baked... or quite raw, actually... any store is as weak as its weakest product. And with apps/software, if Apple has control then they're not doing much about it.
Note the date of that article as well.
Apple, if they had any sense, would have banned the app. But we prefer hyping up and swallowing myths - and that's the problem in a nutshell.
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