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I am really excited to be finally part of this awesome community!
Thanks a lot to the incredibly talented @waldek for inviting me.
Here's my first shot:
I am currently working on a new dating app for a client..
For the iOS version, I have been designing a few "permission screens" with the purpose of better informing our users on why we need their permission to use some key features of their phones (GPS, camera, photo gallery, push notifications, ...).
Instead of showing default iOS prompts right after the app is installed (as many apps do), these screens will be displayed just before the access to the above features is needed for the first time.
This will hopefully help us maximise the number of users giving us access to very important features like GPS and push notifications.
For a dating app using geo-location and messaging, this is vital.
I am sure this is not a new "strategy" for most of you, but if you want more info about this subject, here's the article I was inspired by: http://techcrunch.com/2014/04/04/the-right-way-to-ask-users-for-ios-permissions/