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Posted by on Jun 12, 2013 in Applications | 0 comments

Steve Kondik CyanogenMod works in Incognito mode for applications

Steve Kondik CyanogenMod works in Incognito mode for applications

is a founder of and worked until a few months for Samsung , where after retiring from the Korean company to “do something new”, did not remain with arms crossed.

This is because Kondik announced via his profile on Google+ which is working on an phone Incognito Mode, designed to deliver an empty list when an application tries to pry into your contacts, messages, search histories, etc. more to give your specific permission.

So, what you’re looking Kondik with Incognito Mode, which does not have a definite date of release – is to keep your personal information separate from your application, as occasionally certain services, such as Path , can upload to their servers information private without your consent.

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Links:

Easy privacy, coming soon (SteveKondik on Google+)
CyanogenMod founder prepping for Android incognito mode to sandbox staff data (PhoneArena)

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