Everyday we download and share tons of personal information right from the palm of our hand.  That may change though, as people are starting to become a little more aware of just how much personal information is shared.

More than half of American mobile app users admitted they decided not to use an app on their phone because they were worried about their privacy.

A study released from the Pew Internet & American Life Project found that 54 percent of mobile app users decided not to install one once they found out how much personal information they'd have to share.

Thirty percent of app users admitted they removed an app once they found out how much information it collected about them.