Last updated: December 2017
We're able to keep this statement brief for you because we (Aurita - the developer and publisher) do not collect any personal and identifiable information through the Kids Story Builder Android app or Windows app and have no desire to do so. Having young kids ourselves, we know they can quickly take photos of things they shouldn't have, and this content must stay private. Any information you enter into the app stays on the device unless you explicitly export it, i.e. there's no connection to any of our servers. Data stored within the app includes app settings and your saved stories. Your stories may be backed up or shared, however without your follow up actions from outside the app, the app itself has very limited means of transferring data off the device (Windows users could conceivably choose a OneDrive folder or network storage location as an export destination).
From the perspective of your privacy, we feel our use of Google's Firebase service for both analytics and crash reporting is the most noteworthy part. Our use of this service is very limited in scope, and in complying with Google's terms and conditions, we do not pass on any personally identifiable information. See "How Google uses data when you use our partners' sites or apps" for more information.
From the perspective of your privacy, we feel our use of Microsoft's Visual Studio App Center service for both analytics and crash reporting is the most noteworthy part. We use this service to monitor and improve the quality of our software. Again, we do not send any personally identifiable information. Please refer to the Microsoft Privacy Statement for more details on what Microsoft may collect as a result of us using their services.