Delicious Library 3 makes me confused. I understand that it is an App that allows you to input barcodes so you can catalogue things that you own. Usually, Apps like this are free, because the publishers get paid by selling whatever data they can harvest. Delicious Library 3 would make a perfect candidate for that. It even allows you to scan barcodes and thus catalogue purchases of physical products bought in non-electronic stores. Most of us are aware that free Apps are not entirely free Apps and I've been noticing that some people started to simply avoid these altogether. Delicious Library 3 costs 25 bucks. Does it have this kind of price just so it can trap people into thinking their privacy is safe? Or am I getting too paranoid here.