Last Updated: 26 of January 2011
Third Party Services
- Info Share: Google Charts API (http://www.google.com/privacy.html)
- Short Web: bit.ly (http://bitly.com/pages/privacy), goo.gl URL Shortener (http://www.google.com/privacy.html), is.gd (http://is.gd/privacy.php)
Applications developed by Handiware may utilise third party analytic services to track basic usage of an app. This information consists of the following: Device Manufacturer, Device Model, Operating System Name, Operating System Version, Country, Language, Application Version Number, Date/Time of access, Connection Type, Sections of the Application Used. No personal information is collected through anonymous feedback.
Users can opt out of the anonymous feedback program by going to the settings page of the Application and disabling the option for anonymous feedback.
While the applications listed below, certain personal information (contacts, calendars, location, music) may be accessed. This information is collected only when prompted by you the user and is only shared in a manner chosen by the user. This information is never stored by Handiware.
- Info Share
Usage of Social Networks
Some applications from Handiware may allow you to share information over social network services such as Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live and LinkedIn. Depending on the social network and how you use the connection, you choose to use the app in accordance with the privacy settings you have set in your social networking account. You may be able to post information to your social networking account, including personally identifiable information.
Your use of these social network services may be covered by separate privacy policies which we require you to read. You have the ability to disconnect from such social networking services at any time by removing the service from your phone.
Some applications from Handiware give you the capability to choose to send through e-mail, text message, phone call, or other means, information to others. Such information sharing is at your own discretion and will always involve your approval.
Contacting the Developer