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Maybe you could ask them for a zip code or city or something like that?


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I'd say its good to be up-front with users and actually talk about location. Context Most "mapping" apps are owned by the device maker eg Apple Maps, Google Maps and you give them access in the device TOS. So in those cases they don't ask for permissions. However, newly installed 3rd party apps on current versions of iOS (13) & Android (10) are ...


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Having it in a list view just as you have it is intuitive. However, I would suggest that you add a border around the 'protocol' just like you have it on the 'remove' button. The remove button can now be replaced with an icon just beside the protocols. That way, you can save more space for longer protocol titles and have the protocols easily identifiable.


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