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Privacy

At Woodland Boys, we take our users' privacy very seriously. We created this privacy page to inform users of all possible data collection in our apps and website.

woodlandboys.com

This site, woodlandboys.com, is open source; the source code is available here. This site is read-only and does not store any cookies on your device.

This site was made with Bootstrap and Jekyll. Bootstrap and Jekyll are open source software; the source codes are available here and here, respectively.

woodlandboys.com uses HTTPS (TLS 1.2) throughout the entire site by default. HTTPS provides better privacy and security by encrypting the connection between the site and your device. Click the "lock" icon in your browser for more information.

The Observatory by Mozilla and securityheaders.io give this site an A+ grade, which means this site conforms to basic security and privacy recommendations.

What data is collected?

Like most websites, woodlandboys.com collects various non-personally identifying statistics (such as your country, your browser type, the page visited, and the referring site) and your IP address (which can be used to identify your approximate geographic location).

What is the data used for?

This data is used to help us understand our site's visitors and to improve this site. We never disclose any personally identifying information to anyone else.

How can I opt-out?

Not using this site is the only way to completely ensure that the data is not collected.

All Apps

What data is collected?

Anonymous crash logs and other information may be sent to us by Apple through App Analytics. For more information, see (iOS) Settings → Privacy → Analytics → About App Analytics and Privacy.

What is the data used for?

This data is used to help us better understand our apps' users and to improve the apps. In particular, since this non-personally identifying data helps us to identify and fix crashes, we highly recommend that you enable App Analytics.

How can I opt-out?

App Analytics can be disabled by turning off (iOS) Settings → Privacy → Analytics → Share With App Developers.

Analytics

Easy Animate

What data is collected?

The app uses AdMob (Google) for advertising. See Google's privacy policy for information about the data that is collected.

If you attempt to save an image or movie of an animation (from the Menu screen), Easy Animate may ask you for access to your photo library.

What is the data used for?

AdMob collects general information in order to serve better advertisements.

The write-only access to the photo library is used to save photos and videos to the library. Easy Animate does not retrieve any media nor does it do anything with the library without user consent.

How can I opt-out?

Go to (iOS) Settings → Privacy → Advertising to reset the advertising identifier or limit ad tracking. For more information about iOS privacy-related advertising settings, see this Apple support article.

Reset Identifier

Go to (iOS) Settings → Easy Animate → Photos and set to Never. Remember that Easy Animate will not be able to save images or movies anymore.

Settings, Easy Animate

Jet Rest

Jet Rest does not collect any personal information.

Top Christian

What data is collected?

The app periodically checks for new song lists and downloads them if needed. Since these lists are located on our servers at api.woodlandboys.com, the information about woodlandboys.com above applies.

The app uses the MusicKit API to get information about music, which is subject to Apple's privacy policy. Woodland Boys does not have access to any Apple Music data.

When you first start Top Christian, the app will ask you for access to Media & Apple Music.

What is the data used for?

The app retrieves the lists in order to provide you with the latest songs.

The MusicKit API is used to retrieve information about songs and more, provided by Apple Music.

The read-only access to the media library is used to determine which songs on the lists you have. The write-only access to your media library is used if you select "Add to Music Library" or "Add to a Playlist". Top Christian does not modify or delete media, nor does it do anything with the media library without user consent.

How can I opt-out?

Turning off the Internet when using Top Christian is the only way to completely opt-out of list retrieval or the MusicKit API. The easiest way to do so is to turn on Airplane Mode. Note that Top Christian requires these two sources of information for its basic functionality.

Go to (iOS) Settings → Top Christian → Media & Apple Music and turn it off. Remember that Top Christian will not be able to play songs anymore.

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