The app won't work unless you give access to storage ie all files, photos and personal documents! I read a previous answer from OLIO about the issue stating that the app must have access to pictures of the food you want to share. Fair enough, then the app should only inquire storage access if I was going to upload anything and certainly not from the time I start the app. Even better, you could only ask for the camera permission when I'm about to upload a pic. Other similar apps even have a guest mode so you can check out the app easily. If your app is legit and you're not stealing our privacy then design it in a way that won't force the end user to give away information he doesn't want to. Looking forward to start using the app whenever this issue has been fixed.
Brilliant concept. Instead of throwing out other people can get use.
I would not join anything that wants access to my personal files and photographs this is such a great idea but surely in this day and age you can't expect people to allow you into their private stuff so I can't join until this is sorted ty
Great app and great project!!
Wrote long review and it lost it! Can't do it again!
Great concept but the app needs improvement. There is no search function, so you have to scroll down dozens of items, and when I tried to post a wanted ad it didn't let me submit. So far, pretty useless.
* You can now raise money for charity when you give away items. Donations are processed seamlessly via the app (UK only).
* Bug fixes and performance improvements
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