We all, at one point have seen newspaper apps on the app store, whether it be on your iPod, iPhone or iPad. Well many newspaper's are reporting that they have seen an increase in their app downloads after the release of the iPad. The only problem is along with all this, the newspaper companies don't receive any info regarding where there app is most download, and how much is downloaded monthly etc. Well now Apple is planning to offer that to newspaper companies, who have their apps on the app store. This is a nice feature but people like me and you, who download the apps, may have to give up some information and data. For the most part I am sure not all info will be given, but the choice still remains up to you, well that was for the New York Times app at least. Your info for the most part won't be given, and it will be an option for you to enable through the app. By default it does not share your info, so that is nice. Hopefully this will be more satisfying for newspaper publishers.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 28: A man inspects the iPad at the Apple store on George Street on May 28, 2010 in Sydney, Australia. Apple's new tablet media device went on sale in nine countries around the world today following its launch in the United States in April this year. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)