As a design studio whose work includes apps for children under the age of 13 (ie The Tune Zoo), Extraordinary Facility follows best practices as specified by the “Know What’s Inside” program and Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). This policy was last updated on December 12th, 2016.
The Tune Zoo has:
• No in-app purchases
• No third-party advertising
• No collection or sharing of personal information
Non-personal data collection
There is no account signup process in The Tune Zoo, and Extraordinary Facility doesn’t collect any personally identifiable information about the users of The Tune Zoo. It does collect non-personal usage statistics to help improve The Tune Zoo.
Why collect any information inside an app?
Collecting non-personal usage statistics, also called analytics, helps Extraordinary Facility improve The Tune Zoo. For example, it can help illustrate which parts of the app are more popular than others, or where users have difficulty, or if the app crashes.
What kinds of information does The Tune Zoo collect?
• The type of device and operating system version used.
• Country, to help us choose languages for the app.
• Crash reports, to help identify problems.
• How many times the app was opened.
• How long the app was used for.
• Which screens, modes and characters are played with, how often, and for how long.
How this is done
What about the record video feature in The Tune Zoo?
In The Tune Zoo, users can record video of the screen while they play. The resulting video files can be discarded, edited, saved or shared via iOS, but are never uploaded or shared anywhere by The Tune Zoo app itself.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please get in touch.