PokeHype is here to stay, and it’s not going away anytime soon. But it isn’t all roses. It’s one thing to deal with server troubles, but it’s quite another to discover that an app has complete and utter access to your Google account. If you join up for Pokemon Go with an iphone or ipad and a Google account, the program has complete access to your Google account, as Adam Reeve learned after deciding to play on his iPhone. That implies Niantic, the company behind Pokemon Go, might have information to your messages, Google Drive, calendar, contacts, images, Chrome browser history, search history, Maps data… and, well, anything else associated with your Google account.
Full access allows the app to “view and alter practically all information in your Google Account (although it can’t check your email, cancel your membership, or pay using Google Wallet on your behalf),” according to Google’s help page. That’s not to suggest they’re actively obtaining the data, but it’s a possibility. If you’re still registered into the app on your iOS device, it appears that you’ll be able to use it normally. That’s certainly been my experience, as I’ve revoked access about an hour ago and am still capturing those annoying bugs in my office. If you’re still registered into the app on the iOS device, you should be able to use it normally.
That’s at least my experience, as I’ve blocked access about an hour ago and am still capturing those annoying bugs in my office. You should be able to use the app regularly if you’re still registered on your iOS device. That’s at least my experiences, as I recently stopped access and am still trapping those pesky bugs in my office. You can also buy pokemon go account here.