Updated: October 20, 2018
Emulsify (the “App”) is an application developed by Sean Harding (the “Developer”) for mobile devices running iOS (the “Device”).
The Developer takes your privacy very seriously. The Developer is not in the business of selling or monetizing your data in any way. The App does not collect, receive, store, or use any Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”).
1. Basic App Operation
In order to use the App, you must opt-in to give the App access to the Device’s camera and your photo library. The App will never use your camera or access your photo library for any purpose other than composing and taking photos based on your action, storing those photos for your use, and showing photos to you for reviewing, sharing, and/or editing.
You may optionally allow the App to have access to your current location. If you opt-in to this, the App will use the location data to embed locations in photos when they are taken. The location data is not used, transmitted, or stored in any other way by the App.
2. Usage Data
The App collects basic, anonymous data (the “Stats”) about how the App is being used. The Stats may include, but not be limited to: when and how often the App is launched, what settings have been chosen in the App, errors that occur in the App, what Operating System is running on the Device, what type of physical Device is being used to run the App, the language and region setting on the Device. The Stats may include an identifier generated by the App to identify the specific installation of the App. This identifier is randomly-generated by the App, and is not correlated with or connected to any PII, nor is it shared with any other parties.
The Stats may be sent to an analytics service operated by the Developer for purposes of analysis and reporting. The App does not incorporate, use, or send data to any third-party metrics or analytics service.
As part of standard web protocols, the Developer’s analytics service, as well as the vendor(s) involved in hosting that service, may receive the IP address of the Device when the Stats are delivered. However, the Developer does not store this IP address as part of the Stats, and does not use it in any reporting, or correlate it with the Stats in any way.