Besides, it's not like you couldn't have seen this coming. When you install the app to your Android phone, you get the following screen:
This application has access to the following:
* Network communication (create Bluetooth connections, full Internet access, view network state, view Wi-Fi state)
* Your personal information (add or modify calendar events and send email to guests, read contact data)
* Phone calls (read phone state and identity)
* System tools (Bluetooth administration, change network connectivity, change Wi-Fi state, modify global system settings, prevent phone from sleeping, automatically start at boot)
If that doesn't scream "We are going to take data about you and sell it", I don't know what does.