ViSnap accesses and records camera sensor and Wear OS watch sensor data, which is used for the purpose of taking photos and recording videos, to fulfil its purpose as a camera. Watch permission is also used for record photo or video by gesture.
ViSnap requires permission to "access photos, media and files on your devices" (storage permission), as this permission is required for Android to save resultant files such as photos and videos to your device.
Location permission is required for the optional geotagging features (for photos and videos, including stamp and subtitles options). When relevant option(s) are enabled, your device location will be stored in photo/video/subtitle files. Location permission is also required to connect to Bluetooth remote control devices.
Bluetooth permission is required for communicating with some supported Bluetooth remote control devices.
Since Visnap also uses operating system APIs, you should review relevant privacy policies such as for your device, manufacturer, operating system and/or Google accounts.
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