Why use Diggernaut

What is Diggernaut

Web scraping is just became easy. Extract any website content and turn it into datasets. No programming skills required.

Company offering cloud based web scraping and data extraction platform that works not only with HTML pages as data source but also with JS, JSON, XML, documents like iCal, XSLX, XLS, CSV and images. Extracted data kept in the database as dataset which can be downloaded in various formats, retrieved via API or pushed to any other destination upon completion. Integrated with such services like Zapier, Tableau, OSM, Luminati, DeathByCaptcha.

Why use Diggernaut?

App data is the data that is downloaded or generated as part of a device’s content – for instance, downloaded books or music, while cache files are temporary files many programs generate while in use, such as saved portions of websites you visit in a browser.

Diggernaut and Data FAQ

What is the use of app data?

App data is the data that is downloaded or generated as part of a device’s content – for instance, downloaded books or music, while cache files are temporary files many programs generate while in use, such as saved portions of websites you visit in a browser.

Should mobile data apps be on or off?

Smartphone or tablet users should turn off mobile data when the device is expected to remain within range of Wi-Fi access point. Also consider turning off your cellular data if your Wi-Fi coverage has dead spots, when cellular service is weak, or you use a prepaid mobile plan with data caps or limits.

What apps should use data?

The apps that use the most data typically are the apps that you use the most. For a lot of people, that’s Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, Snapchat, Spotify, Twitter and YouTube. If you use any of these apps daily, change these settings to reduce how much data they use.

Why do apps want your data?

Sometimes an app may want access to more personal information because it is trying to gather data that could then be used for marketing. If you feel your privacy is being invaded, the best thing to do is deny access to your data or simply delete the app.

Should I delete app data?

While the cache can be cleared with little risk to app settings, preferences, and saved states, clearing the app data will delete/remove these entirely. Clearing data essentially reset an app to its default state: it makes your app act like when you first downloaded and installed it.

What happens if you clear data on an app?

Clearing App Data resets the application to scratch while clearing App Cache removes all the temporarily stored files.

Should I allow background data usage?

Taking control and restricting background data in Android is a great way to take the power back and take control of how much mobile data your phone uses. It’s worth knowing that despite your best efforts, some apps continue to use data in the background even while you don’t have them open.

What happens when you use all your data on your phone?

Using too much data on mobile
On a mobile data plan, using more than your allowance each month usually attracts a surcharge, or your provider may slow down your data connection. Your provider may automatically give you the extra data as a top-up and charge you for it as you use it.

Should data saver be on or off?

Turn on Data Saver
That’s why you should turn on Android’s Data Saver feature immediately. With Data Saver enabled, your Android handset will restrict the background use of cellular data, thereby saving you from any unpleasant surprises on your monthly mobile bill.

Can any apps steal my photos?

No, because if you give an app permission to use your photos it is not stealing.

What app permissions should I turn off?

Some of those app permissions can allow an app, and the company that made it, to go too far and violate your privacy. You need to know what app permissions to avoid agreeing to on your Android.
30 App Permissions To Avoid On Android

  • Phone.
  • Audio.
  • Location.
  • Contacts.
  • Camera.
  • Calendar.
  • Messaging.
  • Biometrics.

Who should be allow to access data?

The only users who should be allowed full access to any data store should be your system administrators.

Can apps use your camera without you knowing?

Apps could be secretly accessing your smartphone’s microphone and camera to spy on you, or collect data to serve you targeted ads. To protect yourself, you can download an app that lets you know when the microphone or camera are turned on. You can also invest in some hardware to block out the microphone and camera.

What happens when you allow an app to access your photos?

When you give access to an app to photos (either through the prompt that comes when the app tries to access photos or through Settings > Privacy > Photos), the app gets access to write new photos/images to your Camera Roll and to read all your photos on the device in an unencrypted form.

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