Information on this page is subject to change as our products and services evolve so please be sure to check back in the future so you’re aware of how we use your information.
As a UK based company we are subject to the Data Protection Act of 1998 and we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. We will never disclose your information to another organisation without your prior permission unless there is a legal requirement to do so.
We keep logs of activity on our website including IP addresses and host names. This information is used to generate web site usage statistics to help us improve our site and to see where our customers are coming from.
When you buy our software we keep a record of your personal details such as your name, address (if provided) and e-mail. We do not keep banking or credit/debit card details. Details of the transaction are also collected and held by our payment processor FastSpring. We also keep a record of your e-mail address should you join one of our mailing lists (e.g. beta testers) or if you contact us for support, sales information etc..
We do not have access to your information if you purchase our software through either the iOS App Store or Mac App Store. Any enquiries regarding these should be directed to Apple.
We use the Crashlytics framework within our iOS apps to discover bugs in our software and to monitor app usage numbers, iOS versions in use etc. The information is completely anonymous and we can’t link crash logs or other details to specific users.
Some of our apps connect with Google AdWords for the sole purpose of tracking whether a download can be linked to clicking an advertisement. No other information is sent.
We don’t currently set any cookies on your computer.
You have the right to request a copy of any personal data we hold about you to check its accuracy. If you wish to do so please use our contact form.