Privacy Policy

We take your privacy seriously. Please read the following to learn more about our privacy policy regarding the Day by Day Organizer app.

This Privacy Policy gives you the information on how we collect, store and process data. In general we distinguish between personal and non-personal information. We do not sell or let any other third parties use your data. Please find the information on how we might process it below.

The usage of personal data

When you send an email to the Day by Day Support, we keep the record of our communication. This includes your email, OS version, Android device ID, name and the conversation history. This is the only personal information, we collect, and it helps us develop, deliver, protect and improve our products, services, content and customer communication.

The usage of non-personal data

Non-personal information is anonymous data with which you cannot uniquely identify a specific individual. This includes the following information:

  • device information like manufacturer, Android version, etc.

  • information about the application crashes

We may collect, store and use non-personal information. We may also combine personal and non-personal information for sending support feedback purposes. The collection of the non-personal data serves the purposes of the continuous improvement of the application. This includes the enhanced performance and the development of the new features.

Use of other services

Day by Day app uses the Google Places API to provide location suggestions. It also uses Google Tasks API to sync with Google Tasks. You can find their privacy policy here.

Day by Day app uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous usage data to improve the app and to understand how it is used. It is used in accordance to their privacy policy.

Google Cloud Platform is used for Demo Mode activation. You can read more about their privacy policy here.

Day by Day app works with Crashlytics (crash reporting). Click here to review Crashlytics' privacy policy.

Answers is used to see user behavior. It’s used according to their privacy policy (https://answers.io/img/privacy.pdf).

Firebase is used for sale and discount notifications; it includes also the following: Analytics, Remote config. AdMob is used for advertisements.

The way how Firebase works is that all of the above features work independently, but they also work well together. You can read Firebase privacy policy here.

Our Privacy Policy may be altered in time. Should the policy change, we will post the information on this page.

If you have any questions, please contact us via support email daybyday@appiens.com.

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