You will find here a description of the permissions requested by our apps and their uses.
The location permission is used to retrieve weather information without the user having to manually set his location in the app. This information is stored locally on the device.
This feature is used to display missed call notifications, as well as preventing the app from interferring with phone calls. This information is stored locally on the device.
This feature is used to store a log file on your device containing information required to identify issues with the apps, which can be sent using the “Contact” option in the apps’ “About” page. When contacting the developers using this feature, users can disable the attachment, though it may make it more difficult for the developers to identify the issue.
Disable screen lock
This permission is required for the apps’ notification displays to unlock the device’s lock screen when no system security is set, so the user doesn’t have to unlock two times instead of one.
The Internet permission is used to send crash logs using Crashlytics, check the license, as well as retrieve weather information.
Prevent phone from sleeping
This feature is used to manually control the screen timeout when some UI elements are displayed.
Run at startup
This permission allows the apps to start when the user boots his device, so he doesn’t have to enable the apps manually.
This permission allows the apps to display the Wi-Fi status on the lock screen.
This feature is required for the apps to be able to process notifications. The information retrieved is used to display notifications in the apps. No notification information is transferred to any kind of distant server. Some sensitive information may appear in the log file stored on the device. This log file contains information useful to developers to identify any issue with the app. This log file can only be sent to developers using the “Contact” option in the “About” page of the apps in the form of a attchment to the email. The user can disable the attachment when contacting the developers, though it may make it more difficult for the developers to identify the issue.
Draw over other apps (Android 6.0)
This feature allows the apps to display notifications when other apps are in focus. Without it, most of the notification features of our apps would be disabled.
Write settings (Android 6.0)
This permission allows the app to modify the screen timeout setting when the situation requires it.