Effective January 1, 2020
When you use our services, you’re trusting us with your information. We understand this is a big responsibility and work hard to protect your information and put you in control. You can use our services in a variety of ways to manage your privacy. And you can use many Yoonify services when you’re signed out or without creating an account at all, like searching on Yoonify. And across our services, you can adjust your privacy settings to control what we collect and how your information is used.
We want you to understand the types of information we collect as you use our services
We collect information to provide better services to all our users. The information Yoonify collects, and how that information is used, depends on how you use our services and how you manage your privacy controls.
When you’re not signed in to a Yoonify Account, we store the information we collect with unique identifiers tied to the browser, application, or device you’re using. When you’re signed in, we also collect information that we store with your Yoonify Account, which we treat as personal information.
When you create a Yoonify Account, you provide us with personal information that includes your name and a password. You can also choose to add a phone number or payment information to your account. Even if you aren’t signed in to a Yoonify Account, you might choose to provide us with information — like an email address to receive updates about our services.
We collect information about the apps, browsers, and devices you use to access Yoonify services, which helps us provide features like automatic product updates. The information we collect includes unique identifiers, browser type and settings, device type and settings, operating system, mobile network information including carrier name and phone number, and application version number. We collect this information when a Yoonify service on your device contacts our servers.
We collect information about your activity in our services. We use various technologies to collect and store information, including cookies, pixel tags, local storage, such as browser web storage or application data caches, databases, and server logs.