Android privacy monitoring

 

What do you need to do and be aware of if you  want to include a privacy policy into your Android application?

That depends on what your app is doing. Consider that you are always on the safer side including a link or a full page view of your privacy policy.

Easy check: Am I collecting/storing/sharing personal information like email, names or sensitive data such as payments information or am I using a third party service that accesses that information?

Android privacy monitoring

Android's Adrian Ludwig recently revealed more about the software's security features in a series of blog posts and during a talk at this year's inaugural WIRED Security event.

And if you want to boost your device's security even further, we round up the best Android security apps below. Alternatively, if you have an iPhone or iPad, here are the best iOS apps for data protection.

If there's one simple way to stay safe, it is to change your passwords, though it can get confusing remembering the different passwords to each account. 1Password does the hard work for you by remembering everything. All data is encrypted, so the app keeps the information safe and allows you to sign into your favourite sites with one click. Free

What do you need to do and be aware of if you  want to include a privacy policy into your Android application?

That depends on what your app is doing. Consider that you are always on the safer side including a link or a full page view of your privacy policy.

Easy check: Am I collecting/storing/sharing personal information like email, names or sensitive data such as payments information or am I using a third party service that accesses that information?