Version: 3.01 (301)
arm + arm-v7a
Package: com.nemo.vidmate
4.83 MB (5,067,113 bytes)
Min: Android 2.2 (Froyo, API 8)
Target: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean MR1, API 17)
Uploaded December 31, 2016 at 7:17PM UTC by Neeta Saxena
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APK Notes:

1. Smooth & Faster experience with totally new interface;
2. New Videos Channel with smarter recommendation.

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December 31, 2016
arm + arm-v7a
Android 2.2+
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  • Stan Gray

    Hello. Please don’t mistake my curiosity for insolence. I am genuinely curious about the app but for one reservation.

    Not being inclined towards the sideloading of apps in general, I use the built-in app viewer in my file manager to preview an application’s capabilities and permissions prior to installation (see attached screenshot). Aside from VidMate – v3.01, to be precise – I’m not aware of any (non-root) apps that have permission to mount and unmount filesystems.

    I did consider that this particular permission might have to do with access to external storage. However, Android explicitly defines such access in its permissions model as ‘read/write the contents of the external storage’; much more simply and far less threatening, or potentially so in my mind. Needless to say really, but I am somewhat confused. Would the app developer or a commentator for this well-regarded file host please be kind enough to explain?
    Thank you!