This policy was written to help you understand what information we collect, how our app makes use of it, and what choices you have.
What information do we collect?
We get technical and usage information which is not personally identifiable when you use the app.
If you contact us regarding the app, we receive whatever information you send us, which may be personally identifiable including your email address and whatever information you send us.
Here are some of the types of information we may collect:
Usage data. We record information about the way in which you use the app (“usage data”). Specifically, our app sends data to our servers when you’re using it. This data may include your Internet Protocol address, the date/time of your request, and various non-personally identifiable information such as what game level you obtained, or how long you used the app. We also collect information about app crashes to help us improve the quality of the app.
Device Info. In addition to the above data that is logged on our servers, we may also gather information about the device you’re using with our app including the model and type, what operating system it is running, its settings, unique device identifiers, and crash data. How much of this information we actually log depends on what type of device you’re using and its settings.
What do we do with the information we log?
We use the information we collect to provide apps that will best serve you and do cool things. By learning from the cumulative information recorded by our servers, we are able to make our apps better, develop new apps, evolve our apps and align them with our users, as well as safeguard our users with stringent privacy policies and the latest technologies.
Respond to your questions or comments.
The information we collect may be “personally identifiable” (meaning it can be used to identify you personally as the unique person you are) or “non-personally identifiable” (scenario where the information does not specifically identify you). We use both types of information as described above. We may use or store information securely wherever the app is offered, including different places around the globe.
What are your options surrounding your information?
If you delete the app, no further information will be sent to our servers. We may retain archived copies of your information as required by law or for legitimate business purposes (including to help address fraud and spam).
Does Simple Fun share the information collected?
Our app only shares information collected at your direction, such as when you contact us for support, or when you voluntarily share information to another company’s service such as Facebook.
The other limited instances where we may share your personal information include the following:
If we believe that disclosure of information is necessary and in good faith to comply with a law, regulation or legal request; to protect the safety, rights, or property of the public, any person, or us; or to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, we will proceed under that discretion.
We may engage in a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy, dissolution, reorganization, or similar transaction or proceeding that involves the transfer of the information described in this Policy.
We may also share aggregated or non-personally identifiable information with our partners or others.
Our Policy on Children’s Information
This app is intended for people of any age, including children under age 13. Any personally identifiable information is only collected for a limited time after a parent has passed a test in the app designed to limit access to parents to the extent this is practical.
What happens if this policy changes
We may change this policy now and again, and if we do, changes will appear here in the app and on our website at http://simplefungame.com. If you continue to use the app after those changes are in effect, you agree to the revised policy. If the changes are significant, we will attempt to notify you more directly, or obtain your consent as required by law.
Last updated: October 22, 2016