Kyle Sharp
Posted by Kyle Sharp
September 15, 2015

Android Marshmallow Permissions

Android M has officially been revealed to be Android Marshmallow, version 6.0. Among a number of improvements and changes are permissions. Previously, permissions were required to be accepted by the user before installing the app, and they could never be revoked. This meant that the only way to prevent an app from accessing something it requested was to not use the app. The new setup instead gives users granular control over which permissions are allowed on a per app basis.

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