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is this android studio Project?

Yes, this is for android studio compatible workspace

Good day,

Great apps.

Please what is the difference between Mobi Learn – LMS with Voice and Quiz, Exam and Mobi Quiz – Practice Test, Evaluate your learning , Exam App.

Is it just the voice?

Let me explain what I want to be certain your apps can do them

My client wants to teach maths to students (live) and the have quizzes as well for them.

Are these possible with your any of your apps above?

Thank you

Thanks alot for the info

Please will also like to ask if it is easy for a client, who is not an app developer, to be able to add tutorials and quizzes?

Do you have sample backend or a screenshot?

Thank you

If your client knows the excel sheet , he can upload the info to Dropbox . First time, he might need help for packaging and uploading to playstore. ( We have a package for one time help and yearly package to update the security issues, new devices compatibility).

hello Can we add the germany in the voice who read the text ??

We didn’t noticed German language is missing on the upgraded version. We also see Spanish is missing. We will try to address it in next patch .

Thank you Kolluru81 for you support, just other question plz, How can i fix this problem in play.google Errors Resolve these errors before starting the rollout of this release. Your app has an apk with version code 4 that requests the following permission(s): android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS. Apps using these permissions in an APK are required to have a privacy policy set.

From the last 4 month’s , Google has forced to have privacy policies on certain permissions . Below is steps need to be followed.

“problem” is that , it is looking for  privacy policy. Google states in various places that you need a privacy policy when you handle user data in some way.

In your situation you seem to be accessing the following “dangerous” group permissions:

android.permission.CAMERA, android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO, android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE, android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS, android.permission.READ_CONTACTS You can read more about them and how the group works, here.

Adding a privacy policy

I can’t do this any better than Google, so here you go with added emphasis by me:

Adding a privacy policy to your app’s store listing helps provide transparency about how you treat sensitive user and device data. For apps that request access to sensitive permissions or data (as defined in the user data policies): You must link to a privacy policy on your app’s store listing page and within your app. Make sure your privacy policy is available on an active URL, applies to your app, and specifically covers user privacy.

For apps in the Designed for Families program: You must link to a privacy policy on your app’s store listing page and within your app, regardless of your app’s access to sensitive permissions or data. Make sure your privacy policy is available on an active URL, applies to your app, and specifically covers user privacy. For other apps: You’re not required to post a privacy policy.

Add a privacy policy to your store listing

Go to your Google Play Developer Console. Select an app. Select Store Listing. Under “Privacy Policy,” enter the URL where you have the privacy policy hosted online. Select Save draft (new apps) or Submit update (existing apps). What to include in your privacy policy in general

This depends on a lot of factors, but let’s keep it simple here. Below are some commonly requested elements of a privacy policy:

Who is the site/app owner? What data is being collected? How is that data being collected? For which purposes is the data collected? Analytics? Email Marketing? What third parties will have access to the information? Will any third party collect data through widgets (e.g. social buttons) and integrations (e.g. facebook connect)? What rights do users have? Can they request to see the data you have on them, can they request to rectify, erase or block their data (under European regulations most of this is mandatory)? Description of process for notifying users and visitors of material changes to the privacy policy Effective date of the privacy policy Your Google Play Permissions issue in particular

Now, given that Google has already helped you identify exactly what kind of information they want to see in addition to your basic privacy policy requirements (under “What to include in your privacy policy in general”), you should be able to add the necessary missing parts:

Tell your users what information you’re collecting in a way that they’ll understand:

android.permission.CAMERA, android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO, android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE, android.permission.GET_ACCOUNTS, android.permission.READ_CONTACTS Then tell them what purpose it serves exactly. This needs to be done, it takes time.

The good news is, that there’s a tool that helps you with making disclosures like this that I work on daily. It’s called iubenda. Also, I’ve posted an article that helps you getting started with policies for the Google Play Store/Android. Hope this helps!

http://www.iubenda.com/mobile iubenda – mobile app privacy policy generator http://www.iubenda.com/blog/privacy-policy-for-android-app/ —> Privacy policy for Android apps
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