If I'm building an app that requires a Facebook login, users' first gut reaction is, "this app is going to spam my wall and my friends' walls, isn't it?" How do you get around that?
Tinder is an app that mandates facebook login, and it's widely popular. It's also an app that has well-justified privacy concerns. Here's what they do:
Are there better ways that you have seen among the apps/websites that handle privacy concerns well?
I would like to convince the user that:
- I will never need access to their phone book or their phone number if I use facebook.
- I use their facebook only to obtain their names, a list of their friends who also use the app, and their profile picture.
- I do not, and cannot, use their facebook wall or anything else. I cannot post on their facebook walls or any friends' walls, nor send requests via facebook to their friends.