With the advent of iOS version 13, the app now must obtain the right to access the user’s location before the app can get Wi-Fi network names. The app does not use the user's location in any other way; the app does not process, analyze, or persistently store the location information. On the other hand, the app does use the Wi-Fi network names obtained to finish setup of Reason ONE and connect it to the Internet.
Having access to the user's location information is a prerequisite for the user to add and set up a Reason ONE smart alarm clock successfully. That said, you may take the following considerations to guard your privacy:
- When prompted to give permission to access your location information, please choose Allow While Using App.
- Whether you have given or rejected location access, you can always change it at a later time by following these steps:
1) Go to your iPhone Settings.2) Tap Privacy.3) Tap Location Services.4) Find "Reason Home" in the list of apps.5) Allow/disallow the app to access your location information.