Privacy Policy for GlucoSecrets

1. Apple Health App and Healthkit

You may authorize us to sync your GlucoSecrets blood sugar information from your Apple iOS Health App Data and to add the new measurement values that you inputted into this app to Health App Data. You decide what information is placed into the Health App and you can modify which specific data we can collect and access through your Health App settings. We consider your Health App Data to be your Personal Data.The information you provide directly in the Health App (i.e., not through GlucoSecrets) is governed by the Apple Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. Personal Information from the Health App is not shared by GlucoSecrets, to third parties for the purpose of advertising or other use-based data mining purposes other than improving health, or for the purpose of health research.

2. Apple iCloud CloudKit

Apple’s iCloud CloudKit will be used to sync your glucose measurements to the iCloud CloudKit private database to enable the feature of viewing your logbook on your other devices. This database and the data in it can only be accessed through devices signed in with your Apple ID. You can decide whether the glucose measurements will be synced to the cloud by adjusting the iCloud Settings (by turning off the switch of GlucoSecrets in the iCloud setting page, you can prevent this data sync). All the data will be protected and managed by Apple Inc. (not GlucoSecrets and its developer). This app will only be able to access its own data (called a container). This app won’t access any other data that’s outside that container. Your personal information, including your name, Email, won’t be read by this app.

3. Fabric Answers Analysis

This app uses the Answers Framework for analysis purposes, including but not limited to seeing the overall users’ install count, running time, frequencies, and more. Here’s a quote from Answer’s Privacy Policy

When you use an application that has integrated Answers Kit, Crashlytics’s servers may record certain information. This information may include the name and app store identifier of that application, the bundle identifier and build version of that application, unique mobile device identifiers (e.g. IDFA (iOS), Advertising ID (Android), and Android ID (Android)) and the associated interest-based advertising opt-out preference as applicable, IP addresses, timestamps, device model names, device operating system names and version numbers, the language and country settings of the device (iOS), the number of CPU cores on the device (iOS), whether a device is jailbroken (iOS) or rooted (Android), custom application events defined by Developers and the associated attributes, application events predefined by Crashlytics (e.g. Install, Purchase, Add to Cart, Start Checkout, Content View, Search, Share, Rated Content, Sign Up, Log In, Invite, Level Start, and Level End) and the associated attributes, app lifecycle events (iOS), and app activity events (Android). Developers may disable logging of IP address information from their applications at any time, and so it is at the discretion of Developers whether Crashlytics records IP addresses from devices using applications that have integrated Answers Kit.

Information from Answers Kit

Crashlytics uses the information collected by Answers Kit in order to provide Answers Kit and Answers services, including providing customer support to Developers, creating aggregate measures of the usage, engagement, and performance of Answers Kit and Answers services, and improving Answers Kit, Answers services, and any other Crashlytics and Google service or software. Crashlytics also allows Developers to share the information collected by Answers Kit with third parties, depending on whether Developers choose to license their data to third parties. In particular, Developers may provide data to Twitter, Inc. and its worldwide affiliates (“Twitter”), who formerly owned and operated Answers, to facilitate integrations between Answers and other software and services offered by Twitter. Developers may disable sharing information with Twitter from their applications at any time as described in the Answers Agreement, and so it is at the discretion of Developers whether information collected by Answers Kit is shared with Twitter. Answers requires Developers to maintain a privacy policy that fully and accurately discloses the type of information collected, how it used and how it is shared, and, where appropriate, to obtain informed consent for the applicable uses of their data. You should review the governing privacy policies of the apps you use.

How We Share the Information Answers Collects

Crashlytics may disclose aggregate measures of the usage, engagement, and performance of Answers’s websites, Answers Kit, and Answers services that do not identify any particular user or device. Otherwise, except for sharing information with service providers as described below and otherwise with Google and third parties, at the discretion of Developers as described above, Crashlytics does not disclose information collected by Answers’s websites or Answers Kit to any third party. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Privacy Policy, Crashlytics may preserve or disclose your information when it has your consent to do so or if it believes that it is reasonably necessary to comply with a law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request, to protect the safety of any person, to address fraud, security or technical issues, or to protect the rights or property of Crashlytics, Developers, End Users, or visitors to our websites.

For more details, please visit this website: https://answers.io/img/onepager/privacy.pdf

 

4. Device Data, including Microphone

The Microphone is used to perform voice recognition. This feature is brought to you by Apple by its Voice Recognition API. When using the voice recognition feature, your voice will be sent to the Apple Servers, and this app will only get a transcripted text of your speech from Apple Servers.