Permissions

We take our user's privacy seriously, and never ask for more personal information than is absolutely necessary to keep our network running and a pleasant place to be. To find out more about what each permission means in terms of the data we collect from you, find your platform in the list below. We've listed each permission that we ask for alongside an explanation of what we use it for. 

iOS

Microphone

This one is self-explanatory. vTime is all about chatting with friends. For your friends to be able to hear you, we need access to your microphone.

Android / Cardboard / Daydream

Allow vTime Cardboard to record audio

This one is self-explanatory. vTime is all about chatting with friends. For your friends to be able to hear you, we need access to your microphone.

Allow vTime Cardboard to access photos, media and files on your device

vTime allows you to share images in vTime. To upload your images in-app, we’ll need access to your photo library.

Allow vTime Cardboard to Access your contacts

Nobody likes to type in VR. We ask for this permission so that your personal email address appears automatically in a list, so that you don’t have to type it again. We only use your information locally, and do not upload it to our servers.

Gear VR / Oculus Go

vTime is requesting permission to access photos, files, and media on your device

vTime allows you to share images in vTime. To upload your images in-app, we’ll need access to your photo library.

vTime is requesting permission to record audio

This one is self-explanatory. vTime is all about chatting with friends. For your friends to be able to hear you, we need access to your microphone.

vTime is requesting permission to access your contacts

Nobody likes to type in VR. We ask for this permission so that your personal email address appears automatically in a list, so that you don’t have to type it again. We only use your information locally, and do not upload it to our servers.

vTime is requesting permission to make and manage phone calls

We do not use this permission to make or manage any phone calls. Instead, we use it to access your unique device ID, which is required for the running of vTime.

Oculus Rift

To launch vTime from links in web pages, we need to add a registry entry

On Rift, we ask for this permission to install an entry into your registry so that you can use deep links to launch into vTime from the website. 

Windows Mixed Reality

Let vTime access your microphone

This one is self-explanatory. vTime is all about chatting with friends. For your friends to be able to hear you, we need access to your microphone.