Android M Begins Locking Straight down Floating Apps, Requires Users To Grant Special Authorization To Draw On Additional Apps

  2015-08-28 13.21.42

Floating apps have become emblematic of Android’s unique versatility and range. No other mobile OS allows non-system apps to directly interact with customers and overtake the screen while another app should be in the foreground. This particular capability allows for a powerful and customizable user experience, but it can also quickly become a problem if an app is badly implemented or its developer abuses this privilege intended for malicious purposes.

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Android M Begins Securing Down Floating Apps, Needs Users To Grant Unique Permission To Draw On Other Apps was authored by the awesome team in Android Police.

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