Effective date: January 28th, 2020
João Pedro da Cunha e Silva Martins Costa (Leao) created and is developing Nap (the Application) as a freemium application. The Application is provided by Leao and is intended for use as is.
This page is intended to inform visitors about the policies regarding collection, use, and disclosure of personal information of users of the Application.
Information gathering and usage
The Application does not require you to provide any personally identifiable information and no personal information is collected directly by the Application.
To process purchases and collect Log Data, the Application makes use of third-party services owned by Google. These services may collect information used to identify you. Make sure to review their Privacy Policies:
The Application stores data of your notifications and applications installed on your device. This data is called Sensitive Data.
Sensitive Data is stored locally on your device. The Application supports Android's Auto Backup feature. Auto Backup may automatically back up Sensitive Data, by uploading it to your Google Drive, where it is protected by your Google Account credentials.
Before the Application can read your notifications, you must grant it access in Android's Notification Access page. You can revoke this access at any given time. Android's Notification Access page is also accessible through the Application's settings page.
The Application might collect aggregated, anonymous user data regarding its usage. This data is called Usage Data.
Usage Data is solely used to improve the quality of the Application.
In a case of an error, the Application collects data and information on your device through third-party services owned by Google. This data is called Log Data.
Log Data may include information such as your device’s Internet Protocol ("IP") address, name, and operating system version. Furthermore, it may include information about the Application and its usage, such as configuration and time and date of the error, among other statistics.
In rare instances, Log Data may also contain small traces of your Sensitive Data, if that data happens to be included in the error report (stack trace) generated by the Android system.
Sensitive Data is stored locally on your device's internal storage and is accessible only to your application. The Android system implements this protection, and it is sufficient for most applications.
The third-party services that handle your data are owned by Google. Google transfers data via Internet standard protocols and employs multiple layers of network devices and intrusion detection to protect its external attack surface.
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