MyPermissions - Privacy Shield

MyPermissions - Privacy Shield

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Do you know who can access your personal information? What about how often they are accessing it?
Protect yourself from unknowingly sharing photos, documents, locations, contacts, emails, or any other sensitive information. Use MyPermissions and take back control of your privacy!

✔ Scan your major online accounts and your phone to see what apps have access to your personal data
✔ 24/7 Protection - get alerts when apps gain access to your private info, and confirm your authorization or revoke permissions immediately

***** WHAT IS MYPERMISSIONS? *****
MyPermissions offers a powerful way to scan, track and control how applications access your personal information online and on your phone. Know what apps you’ve connected to on Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram and more are accessing what data - and approve, remove or report them.
- MyPermissions helps protect against privacy invasions across all major online services, including:
• Facebook
• Google+
• Twitter
• Instagram
• LinkedIn
• FourSquare
• Dropbox

MSNBC: "finds and fixes all your privacy settings"
Mashable: "Have 2 Minutes? Check Out Who Has Access to Your Social Media Accounts"
USA Today: "See what programs and services can borrow your keys [...] and think carefully and skeptically to decide if they still deserve that privilege."
Wired: "Finding the permissions pages can be tricky, but the nice folks at MyPermissions made a handy dashboard linking to every one"

***** HOW DOES IT WORK? *****
- Start by scanning your phone. We'll take care of the rest by giving you a report on what apps have permissions to do what kind of activities.
- Then improve your protection by adding online account (social networks) you'd like to scan. We'll check for external connections using your online account to access your personal information, and add them to your report.
- Use the dashboard to get an overview of who's accessing your data on all your monitored services
- Need to enter your credentials? No worries! We don't use, collect, or store ANY of your personal data (we promise!) -- we'll direct you to the account's home website and you'll enter your information into their server
- MyPermissions is free to download and free to use with some limitations. Scan and monitor your phone and your first online service for free, and unlock additional services with a paid subscription.

To provide, manage and improve our services, we collect a list of the installed apps from your device. We use the list solely in an aggregated and non-identifying manner and we do not share this information with others.

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Recently changed in this version

Version 3.6.1
- Simplified protection score
- Notifications frequency control
- Interactive notifications allowing you to take quick actions
- Android Wear notifications
- App icon badge
- Bug fixes and additional improvements


Comments and ratings for MyPermissions - Privacy Shield
  • (66 stars)

    by Prabha Karan on 20/05/2015

    Nice app

  • (66 stars)

    by Atri Abacabb on 19/05/2015

    I cannot figure out how to revoke an application's permission without completely uninstalling the application.

  • (66 stars)

    by Cari F on 19/05/2015

    MUST HAVE! Until we can stop a toddler game from requiring our location camera voice and access to every email/contact/msg... (scary) this is the next be thing!

  • (66 stars)

    by TheCultDoctor on 18/05/2015

    Wish it didn't force portrait mode, and couldn't find anywhere the in-app upgrade options. Already just found a new streaming music app 6-sec**** reads my SMS messages!

  • (66 stars)

    by Glen Cyr on 14/05/2015

    App op starter - will let you restrict some setting. Not read only like this free version does.

  • (66 stars)

    by Heru Pantouw on 14/05/2015

    But one problem. Revoked apps get my ago data when i set again.

  • (66 stars)

    by jhon cristopher crisostomo on 10/05/2015

    I like it..

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