New Google Play Store App Version Brings Beautified Permissions

Groups Out Of Permissions In New PlayS tore version 4.8.20


Google has rolled out update to its Play Store App yesterday which shows simplified App permissions. It also brings new graphic images to let users easily understand the permissions. Google is now also using different colors to show the importance of permissions.

play store 4.8.20

Play Store version 4.8.20 allows users to easily understand the tricky permissions of the Android Apps. Google has formed groups of particular types of permissions. Google explains the new features as:

[quote_box_center]To help make it easier to understand what an app will have access to, the Play Store has recently made improvements to how permissions are displayed. Permissions are organized into permissions groups, easily identified by icons (example: Location Location) to help clarify the most important information and capabilities an app can access on your device. This information can help you make an informed decision more easily on whether you would like to install the app.[/quote_box_center]

The new changes are visible to all types of Google Play Access points – be it web or your mobile device. Also you can see the permissions of any app you installed in a better way now.

Guys did you received the update?

SOURCEPlay Store Support
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