MyPermissions allows you to manage permissions for third in all your services
Who has not done that suddenly, and without any apparent reason, your Twitter account or Facebook starts posting in your name (sometimes also in another language) or to send messages to your contacts? This is not always due to something as harmful as a virus or hacking an account, it’s usually just because some third-party application to which one voluntarily gave permission to link to your social networks, where the delete, stop have this trouble.
To avoid this situation, one of the best aids to manage permissions you’ve granted to various Applications is MyPermissions , voted one of the best websites of 2013 by Time magazine , which is an application that facilitates check your accounts various services to determine third-party applications to which they have given some kind of authorization.
The application works in a fairly simple. When open, you displays a series of icons of various Internet services such as Facebook, Flickr, Yahoo! or Dropbox, which when pressed takes you to the page where you can revoke authorizations for various services.
It may seem a trivial application that can be replaced by a few links. However, authorizations for third-party applications are a touchy subject and whose consequences we can not see directly as if you modify the configuration. In fact, I assure you that if you install this application will be like a trip back in time to see all the old permissions granted on your social networks, as these licenses are not removed by default with the passage of time.
– MyPermissions (Google Play)
– MyPermissions (App Store)
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