Over the past few days, many are raising concerns over the data privacy Google’s Android. To end those concerns, Google is planning to implement the user privacy controls for app data access which is similar to Apple’s iOS and Custom Android Versions like Cyanogen. Google is expected to launch its next Android Version “M” which is due for release later this month trying to par with the Apple iOS on user privacy by giving control back to the users. This control includes detailed control over the personal data, like phone numbers, location, names, addresses and many more according to the reports.
Generally, whenever user try to install any App from Google Play Store, the user has to accept all permission requests from app or else reject them and prevent them from installing and this may end into the next version of Android “M”. Earlier in the previous version of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a hidden feature of system of app permissions control called “AppOps” was implemented by Google but only accessible by using a third party application. Later after, that feature was removed in the next Android Update to version 4.4 KitKat due to exposed error. Many developers in the conference sessions at Google I/O in San Francisco later this month may suggest that user permissions could be a key to Android M and also a new system of website permissions. This new system will be a key to a new permission system in overloading of permission-requests which are in user agreements, where many users blindly press OK without reading on what they’re actually agreeing to.