Also, if you're granting a permission that you don't want Bouncer to revoke, you can simply tap on "Keep" to tell Bouncer to keep the permissions enabled.
Note: Bouncer doesn't check for the back gesture or back button presses. So, you'll need to exit apps by pressing the home button if you want Bouncer to recognise that you've quit the app, and revoke permissions.
While it's not exactly the same as Android 11's revamped permissions dialog boxes which put more control in the hands of the user, Bouncer does bring similar functionality to any Android smartphone regardless of whether it's running the latest version of Android. With Bouncer, you can ensure that apps don't get unrestricted access to your camera or microphone — something that's a big privacy concern these days.
So what do you think about Android 11's temporary permissions feature and have you used Bouncer yet?