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The app would define core features and nice to have features. The user would be able to disable the nice to haves. Admittedly this just pushes the problem one layer down because Facebook would just make everything part of the core and force people to install. Too many permissions, too intrusive to the UI. I have deleted Facebook from my phone before and I'm fine without it now.
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jyap 501 days ago link
The best use case for oneself would be if missing features are emulated with dummy data using some app firewall tool. Should be used to it, with the variability of platforms.
moron4hire 501 days ago link
salman89 501 days ago link
what they want to do on you system, but the install process stays simple and straightforward. And Google can use the permission list and double check apps with critical permissions for malicous behaviour.
Of course, they would probably just compensate by making the entire app useless without the track u permissions enabled :(
I really hope Google fixes Android's broken security model. As the owner user of an Android device, I should be able to configure feature access on a per app basis. It's ridiculous that you have to either grant an app all requested access, or just don't install it. You should be able to install it, but choose which features to grant access to and which to deny.
On iOS I can deny permissions one by one: I can deny the Facebook app to access my location, contacts and photos. an empty address book, empty list of currently running apps, a fake network access which actually routes the data through a proxy and so on.
back at the start when app developers mark all their permissions to be core.
drdaeman 501 days ago link
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It won't solve the problem. The default response will be to simply refuse to run at all. And, for an app like facebook, which has the upper hand, it is not a big deal that the user doesn't like it.
It's going to be tough to convince every app developer to have their applications work in those circumstances. I would imagine Air Huarache Burnt Metal Blue
atesti 501 days ago link
bookwormAT 499 days ago link
"then we are back at the start when app developers mark all their permissions to be core"It should always be the user's or administrator's choice. There really is no such thing as a "core" permission. Of course some apps become a nullity without some access, but an unhandled security exception in those cases could result, for example, in a more detailed system message asking if you want to uninstall the app, since you have decided against giving it permissions that the developer has decided are essential. This would also alert you to when a non location app was trying to sneak a look at where you are.
utopkara 501 days ago link
some permissions which are core to the application would be required. Of course, then we are Nike Huarache Ultra Jacquard
micampe 501 days ago link
On iOS the onus is on the developer.
nrlucas 501 days ago link
Zigurd 501 days ago link
What if core features of the app rely on the permissions? Is the onus on the app developer to build checks for permissions or on the user to realize the app isn't working the way it should because they disabled some permissions?
Google was asked for this myriad times. On desktop we used to call this kind of applications "spyware", frown upon them and let antivirus software block those on sight. On tablets, this is a norm of life.
vasco 501 days ago link
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