What it does: Religion-based apps promise to make daily deliveries of truth. StoneWater Church (free) gives "life-changing messages of Jesus Christ" over the iPhone and iPad. But I wouldn't have too much faith in the privacy and security of this app.
What are the risks:
• Not compiled as a Position Independent Executable (PIE), which could expose the app to memory corruption attacks.
• Uses Google Maps (location tracking) and transmits source or destination location values unencrypted via HTTP.
• Can access a user's Location, Calendar and Contacts Book.
• Includes file paths to source code files in debug information, stored within the app's executable. These file paths often include usernames or other information related to the app developer or development company.