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This page lists the way Devotionalium can collect information about you. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Devotionalium for iOS
The official Devotionalium iOS App collects or shares information about you in the following ways:
To load daily verses and chapters, Devotionalium for iOS communicates with the devotionalium.com API. During this, the time of the request and the IP of your device is logged and may be used for statistical analysis. No information about you will ever be given to third parties.
To enable the streaks and achievements functionalities, Devotionalium for iOS stores some statistics about your usage, such as the time and date you last opened the app, locally on your device. This data never leaves your device. The maintainers of Devotionalium or any third parties have no access to this data.
Devotionalium uses Matomo to provide statistics about the usage of Devotionalium. When you visit devotionalium.com, we store an anonymized version of your IP address. You can avoid this using the Do-not-Track setting of your browser. Statistical data is not shared with third parties.
You can create a user account to store you progress and achievements across devices. Your chosen username is stored, as well as an encrypted version of your password. This data is only used to identify you on devotionalium.com
When you click a link in one of our emails from MailChilp, MailChimp will track your click to provide statistics about email interactions.