Configure Apps According to Permissions
Configure Apps According to Apps
Part 1: Configure Apps According to PermissionsFirst of all, to enter the app configuration interface, go to "Settings" > "Apps" > tap on the configure icon on the upper-right corner. Lastly, choose "App permissions".
Now, as you can see, all the app permissions including calendar, camera, contacts and more are listed in the interface. Take calendar permission for example, I choose "Calendar" and all the apps that asked for the calendar permissions will be shown in the next interface. You can see there are toggles next to the apps. You just need to turn on/off the toggle next to the app to allow/not allow the apps from reading or adding data to your calendar.
Part 2: Configure Apps According to AppsYou can also tap on the app, Chrome for example, to see what permissions does this app require and you can turn off those you don't think is necessary.
It's very helpful, isn't it? This is the most remarkable new features on Android 6.0, which has protect some private data such as contacts, location, and SMS from leaking. This outstanding update has attracted lots of attentions from the Android users and somewhat persuaded them to upgrade to the latest operating system.