When you download any Android app, you must allow the app certain permissions before it can install on your device. Here is the list of permissions MiKandi asks for before you install, and why.
Your Personal Information (read sensitive log data)
This gives us access to MiKandi log data only. It does not give us access to log data of other apps. We retrieve this debug information so we can help improve the app, such as when the app crashes or other login problems.
Network Communication (full internet access)
MiKandi needs internet access to stream content and apps to you.
Storage (modify/delete SD card contents)
This allows you to manage (install/uninstall) free apps on your SD card though MiKandi.
Phone Calls (read phone state and identity)
MIKandi uses this permission to track different versions of Android, so that we can do a better job of serving you content that is optimized for your device.
System Tools (retreive running applications)
MiKandi uses this permission in order to install and manage applications that you download through MiKandi.
Network Communication (view network state)
This tells MiKandi if you are connected to the Internet via 3G or WIFI.
My Accounts (discover known accounts)
This allows MiKandi to securely store your account credentials on your device.