Google Play will bring back the permissions section after the complaints received

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Well, removing the play store permissions section It was not liked by many users, who complained to Google because they no longer had a way to know what permissions an app needs before installing it without having to resort to alternative stores. Faced with the barrage of criticism, Google goes back and will recover said section.

The app permissions section returns to the Play Store

This has been announced by Google through the account Android Developers Twitter, where in a tweet published this afternoon the company announces that:

Privacy and transparency are core values ​​in the Android community. We’ve heard your feedback that you find the app permissions section on Google Play useful, and we’ve decided to reinstate it. The app permissions section will be back shortly.

Privacy and transparency are core values ​​in the Android community. We heard your feedback that you find the app permissions section in Google Play useful, and we’ve decided to reinstate it. The app permissions section will be back shortly.

This means that in the very near future the app permissions section will return to the Play Store and it will coexist with the new data security section, with which we will be able to see again the list of permissions that an application can request before installing it.

App permissions

The section ‘Application permissions’ Until a few days ago, it was inside the information sheet of an application, inside the ‘App data’ field. Now it’s just a matter of waiting a few days for that section to be available again.