1. Information Collection and Use
We don’t require you to create an account to use our Services. We may use your encrypted Email as a way to privately collect meta information required by our Rich Communication Services in Smart Messages, such as the time and date of when your messages are received and read, or when someone is writing to you. We do not store the content of your communications on our servers.
We don’t collect any contact information by default. You may provide your email address when reporting a bug in case you want to be notified of a possible response we may send you.
- READ AND WRITE SMS: permission required to read, write and send SMS messages
- Allow access this device’s location
- Allow access your contacts
- Allow to send and view SMS messages
- Allow to access photos, media and files on your device
- Allow to make and manage phone calls
Our Software will handle your SMS, messages and have access to your messaging history. In order to provide contextually relevant services and/or intent-based advertising, after accepting the present terms, each new message you send or receive and each previously sent or received message you select will be privately and securely analyzed by our natural language understanding.
Our servers automatically record information (“Log Data”) generated upon your connection to the Services. Our Log Data is anonymous, therefore it will NOT include information such as your IP address, user ID, phone number, cookie information, browser type, operating system or device model, location, carrier or internet service provider information.
If you have any questions about this Agreement, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Smart Messages contains ads in the form of clickable links. Advertisement providers for those ads may collect data resulting from displays and clicks on their ads. Clicking on ads may also result in the collection of tracking and anti-fraud data, including your Android Advertising ID, IP address, phone model, language, Android version, cookies, pixels, anonymized identifiers, clicks, timestamps or ad topics.
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