Which permissions does the Sticky Password for Android App require?
In order for the Sticky Password App to work correctly on your Android device, it is necessary that various Android permissions are confirmed. During the installation process, you will be prompted to confirm those permissions.
Following is the list of permissions used by Sticky Password.
Allows Apps to use in-app purchase in order to extend the service.
Allows an App to open windows using the type TYPE_SYSTEM_ALERT, displayed on top of all other applications. This permission is used to display messages and notifications, i.e. floating window and synchronization status.
Allows access to the list of accounts in the Accounts Service.
Allows Apps to open network sockets. This enables the Sticky Password App to communicate with the backend and use StickyBrowser.
Allows Apps to access information about available networks. Sticky Password uses it to check if it is possible to synchronize.
Allows Apps to access information about Wi-Fi networks. Used for setting WiFi-only synchronization.
Allows Apps to read from external storage.
Allows Apps to write to external storage.
Allows Apps to read (but not write to) the user's browsing history and bookmarks. Sticky Password uses this when importing from the default browser.
Allows Apps to install a shortcut in Launcher. The user can create a StickyBrowser shortcut from the StickyBrowser menu.
Allows Apps to uninstall a shortcut in Launcher. The user can remove the StickyBrowser shortcut from the StickyBrowser menu.
Allows Apps to get information about active tasks and those that have been run recently.
Allows Apps to monitor incoming SMS messages in order to record or process them. This permission is used by the autofill engine when needed for two-factor authentication on websites.
This is required by the Android AccessibilityService in order for the Sticky Password autofill engine to function properly.
Allows Apps to record audio. This permission is used by the voice recognition authentication mechanism.