Our apps sometimes require Instagram or Twitter account information. Your Twitter information is not stored by our apps, or on our servers. It is only accessed and stored in the iOS Twitter settings. Your Instagram information is stored in the iOS System Keychain, and not on our servers. It is only accessed and stored via the System Keychain.
We collect anonymous analytics data in our apps and on our website. We sometimes use these third-party services: Crashlytics, Flurry, and Google Analytics. You can opt-out of Flurry and Google Analytics via Safari on your device. You can opt out of Crashlytics in Observer by finding Observer in Settings. Crahlytics opt out is currently not available for Incognito. By default, analytics are enabled.
Account information is only used for authentication, and is not used to perform any actions on your behalf. Twitter information is only used to access the Twitter API and load and read content, including tweets and profiles. It is not used to post to or follow accounts on Twitter. Instagram information is only used to access the Instagram API and load and read content, including photos and captions. It is not used to post to or follow accounts on Instagram.
Since none of your information is stored on our servers, and only resides in our apps you can easily remove information by deleting the app or signing out of your Twitter account in iOS' settings.
88 Oak offers an opt-in email subscription through our feedback and support page. We will only use this to send occasional updates about new or updated 88 Oak products. You can easily unsubscribe at any time. If you submit feedback, we will use your email to respond as necessary. We hate spam just as much as you do.
We have the right to modify this policy as needed to offer great products. If we do, we will update the policy on this page and clearly mark changes for 30 days with an orange border as well as a summary included below. Additionally, we will update the modification date at the bottom of the page.
August 2, 2015 changes
With the update to our app Incognito, we added information related to its use of Crashlytics.