Our applications (listed above) do not collect or share any user identifiable information with third party entities, nor do they track their users. Our apps uses Google’s Fabric service (now Firebase), Bugsnag, and Microsoft App Center for anonymously tracking analytics and crashes. All of this data is not tied back to a certain user.
Quran for Android used to request
READ_PHONE_STATE permission to stop recitation if a phone call comes in during an audio playback. That was removed on September 27, 2015 here. People running versions released prior to that day may still have a version that requires this permission.