How to Enable App Privacy Report on Your iPhone to Check Apps Tracking You


The App Privacy Report was one of the most powerful privacy features Apple revealed when it announced the iOS 15 update back in June during the company’s WWDC 2021 event. This feature allows users to keep track of which apps are accessing their data on their iPhone, such as their camera, microphone, contacts, or their location. When Apple released iOS 15 in September, it didn’t include a way for users to check privacy reports — it was eventually included in the iOS 15.2 update that arrived on December 13. Users can now easily monitor which apps are constantly accessing their information and deny permissions to those apps, while also tracking which URL apps are connecting to throughout the day.

if you have iphone 6s Or have a new smartphone and updated iOS 15.2Now you can quickly check and close apps like Facebook, Twitter, instagram, or tinder, which may be polling your location or access to your camera roll. It is worth noting that this feature is disabled by default, so users will have to turn it on manually before providing any information.

Here’s how you can quickly enable and use your App Privacy Report on iOS 15.2:

  1. tap on Adjustment go to icon privacy,

  2. Scroll down and tap App Privacy Report

  3. To enable the feature, tap on turn on app privacy report,

  4. Check back after a few minutes to see the list of apps included in the report.

The App Privacy Report feature on iOS 15 gives users an easy way to check permission usage, network activity, website network activity and most frequently contacted domains on a smartphone. After this information is turned on, you can interpret the information as:

  1. tap on Adjustment go to icon privacy,
  2. Scroll down and tap App Privacy Report,
  3. Tap on any app under Now data and sensor access And check the timeline of the various permissions accessed.
  4. under app network activity Tap an app to see how many (and which) domains an app has accessed.
  5. Tap on some domains under Most Contacted Domains To see which apps have accessed that domain.

Here’s What the App Privacy Report Settings Page Looks Like on iOS 15.2
photo credit: apple

According to Apple, the App Network Activity and Most Contacted Domains sections are designed to let you know if multiple apps are accessing a particular domain. This could be a sign that the domain or website is creating a profile on you by mixing up your activity in those apps.

The App Privacy Reports feature will collect and display data from the last seven days of your use, but you can reset the information at any time. Here are the steps to reset or disable App Privacy Report on iOS 15.2:

  1. tap on Adjustment go to icon privacy,
  2. Scroll down and tap App Privacy Report,
  3. tap now turn off app privacy report on surface.
  4. If you want to disable the feature, exit the Settings app. To reset usage data and start fresh, simply enable the App Privacy Report feature using the steps mentioned at the beginning of the article.

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As a writer on technology with Gadgets 360, David Delima has an interest in open-source technology, cyber security, consumer privacy, and loves to read and write about how the Internet works. David can be contacted via email at [email protected], as well as on Twitter at @DxDavey.
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