The substitute of the old UDID one
A new way for mobile app developers to track who uses their software without compromising user's privacy
After Apple getting rid of the UDID system to track who uses each App, now the Cupertino based company is reportedly preparing a new way for the developers to track their apps without compromising the user's privacy.
According to the Wall Street Journal:
Expect the official announcement on this year's WWDC.Apple Inc. is planning to release a new way for mobile app developers to track who uses their software, according to people briefed on Apple's plans, the company's latest attempt to balance developers' appetite for targeting data with consumers' unease over how it is used.
The new tool, which could be detailed in the coming weeks, aims to better protect user privacy than existing approaches, these people said
NEWS SOURCE: Article #52815434 (via) Wall Street Journal
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