1. Non-personal data
Non-personal data means information that, by itself, does not personally identify you.
Our apps may request or check the model of your device in order to confirm the availability of certain hardware (sensors, GPS module, TrueDepth camera, etc.) needed for proper app functionality. This information is not stored or shared with third parties.
2. Location data
Some of the apps may request your Location data for a functional purpose.
We may use various technologies to determine location, such as GPS, Wi-Fi, or other network-based data.
Your GPS geo-location is not accessed without your consent. We do NOT provide your Location data for advertising networks and third parties.
3. Personal data
Personal data means personally identifiable information that specifically identifies you as an individual (e.g. your name, email address, etc.).
Currently, we do not collect, store, or share personal data in our iOS apps. Should we decide to collect and store personal data, users’ consent will be required.
We may ask and use your personal data only for providing you with informative content about the apps, such as new features, services, special offers, order issues, and updated information.
We collect such information when you fill out forms or communicate with us directly.
4. Data collection and how it is used
We use a third-party analytics SDK to allow us to better understand the functionality of our apps on your device. This SDK may record basic anonymous statistics such as the first time the app started, the device model, OS version, usage activity, crash events, and other properties. We may also collect anonymous measurement results. This information is used to help us identify device models and OS versions with issues, fix bugs, and enhance your experience with our apps, improve apps performance and measurement accuracy. Also, it helps us to measure conversion from our marketing campaigns.
Our measurement apps that use the TrueDepth camera on iPhone X and newer devices do not collect, store, or share any personal information. These apps use depth data on the user side and do not connect to any external third-party services to perform calculations and measurements.
5. Third-party service providers
Please note that your access to and use of the apps may be subject to certain third-party terms and conditions and privacy policies. You recognize and agree that we are not liable for any such third-party terms and conditions and any third party’s use of your Personal data. Here are links to the privacy policies of a few of the distributors we use:
Firebase Privacy information
How Google uses information from apps
7. Disclosure and transfer of personal data
We disclose information to respond to subpoenas, court orders, and other legal processes as well as to establish/exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims.
Updated: 07 July 2023