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|16th December 2013, 09:56||#1|
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iOS Has App Permissions, Too
Android has a permissions system for individual apps, but so do iPhones and iPads. Android gives you a single prompt when you install an app, but iOS allows you to make more decisions.
Many geeks have long believed that Androidís permission system is an advantage over the lack of one on iOS. This may be shocking to suggest for many Android geeks, but iOSí permission system is arguably much more practical.
Update: Google removed the AppOps feature from Android 4.4.2 after this article was written, claiming it was accidentally released. This means the Android app permission situation is now even worse than portrayed below.
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