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iPhone: How to stop tracking requests from apps?

Η Apple is one of the companies that claim to place great emphasis on its importance confidentiality and private life of users. As part of a more general effort to improve confidentiality, the company has brought a number of changes to iOS 14. According to these improvements, The applications should send notifications and ask iPhone users before monitoring their activity in applications and sites of other companies.

If you wish to get rid of the notifications sent to you by apps, but at the same time you want to ban monitoring, there is a way.

First, open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.

iPhone: How to stop tracking requests from apps?

Then click on "Privacy".

Click on the "Tracking" option at the top of the Privacy screen.

Find the option that says “Allow on applications to request monitoring ”(Allow Apps to Request to Track) and turn it off.

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iPhone: How to stop tracking requests from apps?

Once you've completed this quick and easy process, you can exit iPhone Settings. From now on, the applications they will no longer display requests to ask if they can monitor your activity. With this move, it's like saying, in all applications, by default, do not use data for targeted ads, unless you have previously authorized them to do so.

If you want to allow tracking by certain applications, you can configure it. Go back to "Settings", press "Privacy", "Monitoring" and disable or enable the monitoring option in each application, depending on what you want.

However, do not forget that your activity can be monitored in other ways. Despite its improvements Apple on applications, web use is dangerous. Therefore, you must be careful what you visit!

Source: Howtogeek


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