Word Wobble on Android

Privacy Policy of Word Wobble.

2020-06-06

Game on Android. This game is created and owned by the Danish company VF Computing.

The game, Word Wobble,  is collecting the player  progress, as the following:

  • The number of problems, the player have seen on each level, are kept. The purpose is to avoid serving old, already seen, problems to the player.
  • The current problem is saved. The player can always continue where he left.
  • The result on each problem is modifying an overall rating score, that  is kept. The purpose is to always  give the player a problem on an adequate level. Not to easy, not to difficult.
  • The player can choose to buy hints and solutions to problems. The game is keeping a record of how many unused hints and solutions the player posses.
  • The player can buy an ad-free version.  A record of this purchase is kept.
  • There are Leader boards and Achievements for the game.  Players leader board results and achievements are kept.
  • The player can invite friends to battle.  The scores in such a battle is kept. The purpose is to let players have long-term ongoing battles. The scores is kept until any of the involved players choose to erase them.

No third party, except Google, has access to these data.

 

Google has the following demands to a Privacy Policy for an app on Android :

  • What information do you collect?In your policy you should disclose all the information your Action collects. This includes information that you may collect automatically, such as server and HTTP logs, data transmitted by the Actions on Google API to you, and usage information. This also includes information that you get from the user, either directly or via the permissions API. You should also disclose whether you collect any persistent identifiers (like the Google ID).
  • How do you use the information?In your policy, you should disclose how you use the information you collect. For example, you may use the information to provide certains services to users, to recognize them the next time they use your Action, or to send them promotional emails.
  • What information do you share?In your policy, you should disclose the circumstances when you share information. For example, you may share information with third parties as part of the service (like a restaurant reservation Action), with other users (like a social network or forum), with marketing partners, or with service providers that assist with your service (like hosting companies or technology platforms).