Our apps and websites do not share personal information with third parties. When you write us a mail we’ll have your address but we won’t use it for anything else than helping you with our apps.
We do use anonymous traffic analysis. We only log anonymous technical information mostly in order to adapt fast to the constant hardware and software variations. This is essential to get apps that work, especially on the Android platform with its thousands of models.
Our free apps include third-party ad libraries such as Google’s Admob. They might target advertising based on what they know about you. We have no control over this but we do not provide anything to them, other than the space at the bottom of our apps.
Android permisson – Camera permission
Camera permission is used only to turn on the led of the camera on Android below version 6. It is important to note that the app DOES NOT TAKE PICTURES OR RECORD VIDEOS. So why do we require the permission ? The answer is: to be able to turn on the LED light.
There are thousands of different android devices which have either outdated systems or bugs that make it impossible to turn on the LED light with the operating system’s dedicated functions. So in order to achieve the main functionality of the app (turn on the LED) on the vast majority on devices, we use various workarounds just to achieve this goal. Some tricks use the Autofocus feature (which requires the camera permission) and others tricks like the “PREVIEW” mode (which you can see in our test tool in the app) launches a camera capture process in order to turn on the LED. Even in this mode all camera input is not captured, immediately discarded. It is never saved anywhere.
We don’t collect or store any information.
Really, seriously we do not care about your private life more than you care about ours and we are not intentionally collecting anything related to it in order to resell it or whatnot.
If you don’t agree with this, please do not use our apps or websites.