Be careful with setting up your Amazon Alexa device.
A new app called Setup for Amazon Alexa has skyrocketed to the top of the iOS App Store charts. But the app is completely fake, 9to5Mac reports.
The app comes from the company One World Software, which has reportedly produced other shady apps in the past.
When you launch the app, it will ask you for your device's serial number and your IP address, which opens you up to a number of cybersecurity threats.
The app ranked as high as No. 6 in the U.S. App Store under the "Utilities" category. The app already has close to 10,000 reviews and a 3.7-star rating.
The app likely saw so much success because people received Alexa devices for Christmas, according to BGR.
Neither Apple nor Amazon have taken any steps against the app, according to Engadget.
You can download the real Amazon Alexa app to set up your device.