Android App Privacy Policy

General

Authentic Wombatica Software apps are only available from Google Play Store. Always update to the latest version to make sure this privacy policy is in effect.

App Permissions

Our apps may request permissions to access data from your camera sensor, microphone and photo album. This data is handled as personal and sensitive information and is only handled locally on your device.

When you use the sharing functions in our apps, the actual sharing is delegated to other apps and services. For information about privacy in sharing, refer to privacy policies of apps and services that you use for sharing.

Data Policy for Users from the European Economic Area (EEA)

We keep our apps free by showing advertising. You have a choice to receive personalized or non-personalized ads.

If you choose personalized ads, our apps use a unique identifier (“cookie”) to show ads that you may be interested in based on websites and apps you have previously visited. This may also affect which ads you will see in other websites and apps.

If you choose non-personalized ads, the unique identifier does not track your interests, it is only used to make the advertising system work properly. The ads may be less useful to you.

You can change your advertising preference by tapping the Info (i) button on the app’s main screen and selecting Ad Settings.

You can also reset the unique identifier used for advertising in the Google Ad Settings of your Android device (Settings > Google > Ads). In Google Ad Settings you can also opt out of ad personalization. These actions will affect all apps.

The advertising data collected by our apps is used by Google. To learn how Google uses the data, please visit this link: How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps

User analytics is not used for EEA users: our apps do not collect data about how you use the apps.

Data Policy for Users from Countries Outside the European Economic Area

We keep our apps free by showing advertising. The ads are personalized by using a unique identifier (“cookie”) to show ads that you may be interested in based on websites and apps you have previously visited. This may also affect which ads you will see in other websites and apps.

You can reset the unique identifier used for advertising in the Google Ad Settings of your Android device (Settings > Google > Ads). In Google Ad Settings you can also opt out of ad personalization.

The advertising data collected by our apps is used by Google. To learn how Google uses the data, please visit this link: How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps

Our apps collect user analytics data which we use to improve the apps. The data contains contextual information about users, for example, coarse level location (country, city), device model and Android version. It also contains data about app usage, for example, which screens and features are used the most. It may also contain users’ advertising identifiers which can be used to target ad campaigns. The analytics data is shared with Google.

Updated May 25, 2018
We reserve the right to change this policy.