This policy applies to all information collected by or submitted to the Statto app for iPhone & iPad and the Statto website.
The Statto app does not require any personal information from you in order to function. It does not transmit any data you enter to a web server. The only way that data can leave your device is for you to manually share an exported file or screenshot.
We use the information we collect to operate and improve our website, apps, and customer support.
We do not share any information with outside parties except to the extent necessary to accomplish the Statto website’s functionality. We may share anonymous, aggregate statistics with outside parties, such as how many users have visited the website.
We may disclose any information collected in response to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal requirements; to exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims; to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud or abuse, violations of our policies; or to protect our rights and property.
In the future, we may sell to, buy, merge with, or partner with other businesses. In such transactions, user information may be among the transferred assets.
We implement a variety of security measures to help keep your information secure. For instance, all communication with the website requires HTTPS.
We comply with the California Online Privacy Protection Act. We therefore will not distribute your information to outside parties without your consent.
We never collect or maintain information at our website from those we actually know are under 13, and no part of our website is structured to attract anyone under 13.
By using Statto and providing your information, you authorize us to collect, use, and store your information outside of the European Union.
Information may be processed, stored, and used outside of the country in which you are located. Data privacy laws vary across jurisdictions, and different laws may be applicable to your data depending on where it is processed, stored, or used.
April 24th, 2021: Removed reference to the app tracking crashes with Crashlytics as it no longer does so.
January 30th, 2019: First published.