We'd like to describe how we deal with your information, both technical and personal, in simple human terms, rather than the hard-to-read legal lingo.
is simple: generally, we don't collect any personal information about you or the files you're reading. Unless you explicitly send a file you'd like us to look at to our Customer Support via email, we don't analyze neither the contents
nor the names of the files you're reading. We do collect app usage stats, analytics, and telemetry inside the app. More on this in the App Usage Analytics section below. Regardless of the type of information we collect and store, we
only do it for development, marketing, and customer support purposes. We never sell or trade this information.
There are a few exceptions to our general "no personal information" rule. We'd like to be very straightforward
about those exceptions. Here's the list of cases when some your information may actually be collected and sent to us, and/or to a 3rd-party:
- This website. Every page of it may contain a special user analytics script, usually provided by Google. This script collects some site usage stats, such as how much time you spend on each page, how many links you click, etc. This
is the same set of scripts virtually every website out there uses. The collected data is then forwarded to Google and processed. We can then see the processed stats, but what happens with that collected raw data, how it's processed,
and whether or not Google shares it with anybody, we don't know.
- Please remember, when you're inside our app, it's not just our code you're interacting with. You're also using infinitely more of somebody else's code - the operating system, the hardware chips of your device, your cellular and
Internet providers. Whether or not those companies collect any of your data is absolutely out of our control.
- Every time you connect to a remote server to download or upload a data file, your information is being transferred through regular Internet channels. Whether or not your cellular or Internet provider, government or private
agencies are mining that traffic for sensitive data, we have no idea.
- Every time you send an email to our support mailbox or receive a reply from us, those messages go through multiple relay servers before they arrive at the destination. Emails are practically sent in an open form, for the entire
world to see. Please be mindful of what kind of sensitive information you send out there without protection.