Best Free Android Permission Management Apps for privacy control

A list of Best Apps For Managing Permissions on your android device. Download the following apps to control privacy on Android.

Among hundreds of thousands of apps on the playstore, some developers use a part of the permissions they ask for their apps to work for marketing purposes. Fortunately, with the help of some software, you are able to keep a close eye on those required permissions and deny those that seem to invade your privacy.

We have selected some of the best android permission management apps that we strongly recommend using.

1. App Ops Starter

Price: Free with Ads/ Offers IAP

App Ops Starter android permission management app
For Android this app manages hidden permissions and can enable or disable those you feel that invade your piracy. It uses a great interface and is very intuitive to handle. The app only takes 203 kb in storage space and is completely free. The only problem is that it does not support the multiuser feature very well yet. More features will be added soon, as promised by the developer.

2. Permission Manager

Price: Free with Ads

Another great app that works by using basically the same principle. It uses a stylish holo interface that allows for swiping with left and right gestures. Once you find the app you are looking for simply deny it its permission if you feel it is out of place. The interesting part is that it offers detailed analysis of 5 most dangerous apps and is compatible with Android 4.3.

3. Fake Permissions

Price: Free/ Offers IAP

One very interesting idea is to provide fake permissions to the apps that at not trust worthy. This app does just that for the ones you select in an easy and highly convenient manner. It also displays hidden permissions and allows for uninstalling the unwanted apps. Android 4.3 compatibility allows it to provide a list of suspicions apps. The developer note: “FOR THIS SERVICE TO RUN PROPERLY YOU MUST RESTART YOUR PHONE ONCE YOU ACTIVATE THE SERVICE.”

4. Mobile Security & Antivirus

Price: Free with Ads/ Offers IAP

On top of being one of the best security suites available on the Android platform Avast can also handle privacy very efficiently. It displays a list of potential threats for the system and provides the options to uninstall or deny certain permissions. You can ” Get insights about installed apps and understand your apps’ access rights and intentions.” It can also (among many other features) detect ads and pin protect apps.

5. Clueful Privacy Advisor

Price: Free/ Offers IAP

One that can save you from the trouble of reading all the reviews for an app to make sure it is safe. It displays a detailed list of all potential threats, viruses, apps that cost money, track your location and more. The interface is highly intuitive and it comes from the developer of another highly popular software suite – Bitdefender. It prevents apps coming from developers that look to gain profit the easy way by blocking their apps from reading your passwords, browsing history, credit card info, SMS messages and much more.

Keep your data secure and feel safe with the apps mentioned above. You should also check out more top quality Android apps in our best free android app lists section.

About Khaled Shariar

An avid fan of Android, using the OS since very first Google Phone. Back in 2008, he founded to help other Android users to find the right Applications/ Games and solving issues with their phone. Khaled covers various topics related to smartphone and tablet.

1 thought on “Best Free Android Permission Management Apps for privacy control”

  1. I would like to add in this list a new app for Android called PlusPrivacy.
    PlusPrivacy provides you with a unified dashboard for protecting yourself from a variety of threats to your privacy. It will enable you to control the privacy settings in your social network accounts, hide your email identity, block ads, trackers and malware and prevent unwanted apps and browser extensions from tracking you and collecting your private data.


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