It looks like playing games on Facebook is going to be a simpler process in the future. According to reports online, there are a number of games now from big publishers such as Zynga that have games which don’t request for permission to access your basic profile information. These apps have a “Play Now” button and also means that users have one screen less to click when playing such games (which is supposedly a big deterrent for most people). While apps still don’t have unrestricted access to sensitive information like your email address or date of birth, let’s hope this new feature is only available to larger, more reputable developers who can be held accountable for their actions.
At the moment, this new feature is only available to a small amount of Facebook users, but you can expect it to everyone else in the near future. Read more at Facebook’s Help Center.
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