Facebook Testing Separate Screens For Different Mobile App Permission Requests

When Facebook announced last December that it would roll out new privacy options for users, the social network also said it would change the permissions process for applications, requiring them to break down information they were seeking access to in multiple screens, rather than bunching all of the information together in one permissions screen. Now different renditions of this are being tested.

Brittany Darwell, editor of sister blog Inside Facebook, discovered the following example on iOS from social retailer Fab.com.

And Blink Vice President of Planning and Media Eti Suruzon shared this example on the Android platform.

Readers: Have you noticed permission requests from apps being broken out into separate pages?

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