Apprivacy shows to you who is accessing your privacy on your device by checking all required permissions, of all apps. Apprivacy is currently in public BETA testing, so we encourage you to send us some feedback - We really appreciate every feedback!
Apprivacy uses an intuitive color indicator for the danger level that is potentially given by installed apps and their required permissions. RED indicates the app or the permission shown has deep access into your private data or may interfere with your experience on the device. The danger level decreases to orange, yellow and white accordingly.
If you think a permission, required by an app, might not be necessary for the app's features, mark it as questioned by clicking on the '+?' button next to it, so that other users can see it. (it's is anonymous)
* List of installed application with danger level and required permissions
* Details of an app with the list of the required permissions and danger level
* Search for all apps requiring a certain permission (e.g. INTERNET, GPS)
* +? button to share a doubt or concern on required permissions that you think are questionable
* Monitor which notifies when potentially dangerous apps are installed or updated
* Buttons to uninstall an app, to its Google Play site, to launch it or to manage it through the system's settings
Apprivacy itself requires three permissions to run:
- Full Internet Access: used to communicate with Apprivacy's server, that is, to retrieve questions for your apps and to send your questions, to send anonymous usage and crash reports
- View Network State: as above
- Automatically Start At Boot: used to start at boot the synchronization service which ensures you always have updated data when using Apprivacy
TERMS OF SERVICE:
By installing Apprivacy, you agree to the Terms Of Service, available at http://www.apprivacy.com/
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