We do not share any information with outside parties.
Just like most other websites, we collect and use the data contained in log files. The information in the log files include your IP address, the browser you used to visit our site, the time you visited our site and which pages you visited throughout our site. This information is used to monitor website visits and downloads.
Our website uses the services of Google AdWords and Google Analytics. These services may set DART cookies on your computer to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. These cookies are not tied to any personally identifying information. Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google advertising privacy policies.
If you send us email, we will retain the email address and copies of the correspondence. We use retained email addresses to communicate significant developments, such as release of new versions. By communicating with us or ordering a license, you are deemed to have opted IN to communications. If you wish to opt OUT, send us an email.
When you register for a license for the desktop version of Intonia, the procedure will involve an outside payment processor such as Kagi.com. These payment processors have their own privacy policies, to which you should also refer. When a license order is completed, the processor transmits to us the following information:
The information from our payment processor includes an email address. We will retain and use that email address as described above.
The desktop version of Intonia is a stand-alone program that, once installed, can operate independent of the internet. However there are times when Intonia will communicate with the Intonia developer via HTML POST messages, including the following:
The Android version of Intonia is marketed exclusively through Google Play. Google has its own policies about what they do with your personal information.
The information we receive from Google when you download Intonia or make an in-app purchase does not include email addresses, nor any other personal informationn.
If you have opted in to a Beta Test version of Intonia, it will request an email address. It will then send the email address, as well as usage statistics and hardware characteristics, to the developer.
If Intonia encounters an unexpected error, it will automatically send information to the program developer via a HTML POST message. The information includes the hardware characteristics of your device, the version of Android you are running, the state of the program at the time the error occurred, and whether or not an in-app purchase has been made,