Data Access Permissions – iPhone Route Planner App
Route4Me’s iPhone Route Planner is designed to make your routing operations and field transactions as efficient and flexible as possible, allowing you to effortlessly plan, optimize, and navigate routes of any complexity on the go, create and manage users, generate orders, and much more. When you are capturing photos, videos, audio recordings, etc., and attaching them to your routes, Route4Me’s iOS Route Planner app may request to access your media files, contacts, camera app, or other data on your iPhone. To make sure that you are in full control of what data your Route4Me iOS Route Planner can access on your iPhone, you can adjust the permissions of the Route4Me app on your iPhone at any time and allow it to access only the preferred data.
To view and adjust the permissions of the Route4Me iOS Route Planner on your iPhone, first, go to the Settings app. Next, search for Route4Me and then open the settings of the Route4Me app on your iPhone.
To adjust the location settings of the Route4Me app on your iPhone, first, go to Location in the apps’ settings and then select when (in what case) you want to allow the app to use your location (location of your iPhone).
To prohibit or allow the Route4Me app to use the Motion & Fitness activity data on your iPhone, switch the corresponding toggle on or off. Alternatively, when you open Route4Me’s iOS Route Planner for the first time, the app will automatically request your permission to access the Motion & Fitness activity data on your iPhone. Route4Me may use your Motion & Fitness activity data to collect movement statistics while you are completing routes.
First, to enable or disable the Siri Search and Suggestions, go to Siri & Search and switch on or off the corresponding toggles.
To enable or disable the Background App Refresh, switch on or off the corresponding toggle. Provided that the Background App Refresh is enabled for the Route4Me app on your iPhone when the Route4Me app is suspended, it still can check for updates and new content.
To allow Route4Me’s iOS app to use cellular data on your iPhone, make sure that the corresponding toggle is switched on.
When you use the features of the Route4Me app that require access to the camera or microphone on your iPhone (i.e., making a photo or a video, recording audio, etc.) for the first time, you will get the corresponding notification (access request). Once you allow the Route4Me app to use your camera and microphone, the corresponding permissions settings (toggles) will appear in the app’s system settings. To prohibit or allow the Route4Me app to access the camera app and microphone on your iPhone, switch the corresponding toggles on or off.
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