I WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE DEVS ONE QUESTION PLS? This app is amazing there is no doubt about that! it DOESNT ask for access to any of your files unlike similar apps do that are supposedly coded to stop other apps gaining access to your account whilst theirs needs access? anyways when i install an app it asks for access to most of my files BUT on this app "Apps Ops" it is only stating that the app i have just installed wants access to the camera when i know for certain the app i have just installed wants MUCH more so is this app badly built or does it need more work cause its not displaying ALL the accesses needed by other apps??
Great until google blew it This was a must have app until google decided that they were better prepared to decide how much privacy we needed. I would be more than willing to pay a premium for this if it worked again. I guess it's time to root my phone. Screw you too google. I'll just stop using google services until they figure out that we can decide for ourselves what is best for us.
WORKS ON SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 2 running KitKat 4.4.2 Took me a few minutes to actually find an App Ops that works with KitKat 4.42, but I just installed this Apps Ops Starter and went to a few applications and was easily able to disable some of their permissions. I am giving this app a 5-star rating. Should it stop working, I will update my review and rating.
Loved this app currently not working. I have a new updated note 5. For some reason this app just stopped working. Instead of taking me to a list of my apps, it takes me to my settings menu. When I go to apps and click on one it brings up the normal options, its like this app isn't doing anything. It used to be so convenient. Please help/fix.
Fully functional, Smooth and Easy to use I've been looking so long for an app that can do this that just works. Being able to use an app whilst keeping unwary intrusive permissions in check, a dream come true for smartphone users. It works with ease on my LG G3 with 5.0 One suggestion I do have which could make a difference, some type of guide, smart system or recognition which could intelligently distinguished & suggest which permissions are necessary and vital to the apps core function & which may Not be. Add that and you have a be-all end-all
Works for me, love it. I've got a 4.4.2 NON-rooted/modded AT&T Note 3 and this has worked from day 1 and still does (I just yanked all privileges from Facebook Messenger and can verify/prove that it works). I'm not happy with the way Google has done permissions for apps now and am very glad this still works - hopefully a way to implement it for all will be figured out.
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