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Google Play Policy – Declared permissions and in-app disclosures

You may only request permissions that are necessary to implement current features or services in your app.

When personal or sensitive user data is used by the app or sent off the device for purposes that are not clear to the user (like accessing location in the background), a prominent disclosure must be made.

Learn more about requesting access to location in the background →
Declaring permissions for your app →
Permissions overview →
Play Policy Center – User Data – Prominent disclosures →
Learn policy on Google Play Academy →

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