What data does Link to MIDI Bridge collect and how is that data used?
Link to MIDI Bridge uses Google Analytics and Google Analytics for Firebase, two analytics services provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics helps to improve the application user interface and workflow, as well as to identify performance bottle necks. The information generated by Google Analytics about your use of this software (NOT including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the software, compiling reports on software activity for the developer (“PLANET-H.COM”) and providing other services relating to software activity and app usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Your IP address is NOT transmitted to Google and will not be associated with any of the transmitted data. By not activating the “Opt Out Google Analytics” checkbox , you consent to the processing of data about your use of this software by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.
Referring to the Firebase Help page the information collected through Firebase Analytics’s default implementation includes:
- the number of users and sessions
- session duration
- operating systems
- device models
- first launches
- app opens
- app updates
- in-app purchases
See a full list of the default events and user properties collected by Firebase Analytics at:
In addition to the collected data through Firebase Analytics’s default implementation, we collect data about the way you use the app (what screens and features you use). This data is used exclusively to improve the application user interface and workflow, as well as to identify performance bottle necks and other potential problems.
The Firebase SDK library uses an app-instance identifier to identify a unique installation of the App. When using the SDK, an app-instance identifier gets generated at the app level. By default, the Firebase SDK will collect identifiers for mobile devices (e.g., Android Advertising ID) and utilize technologies similar to cookies. By default, on Android the SDK will collect Android Advertising ID.
Detailed information on how the collected data is used by Google at:
What are my Opt-Out Options?
Opting Out of Google Analytics
You may refuse the use of Google Analytics and Google Analytics for Firebase by activating the
Opting Out of “Cross-App” Advertising on Mobile Devices
You can opt out of having your mobile advertising identifiers used for certain types of interest-based (also called “cross-app”) mobile behavioral advertising, by accessing the “Settings” on Android mobile device, as follows: If you have and Android device, you can opt out of most app-based tracking for interest-based advertising by opening the Google Settings app on your device, selecting Ads, and then selecting the option to opt-out of interest-based ads. Please note that the Android platform controls how these settings work, so the above may change.
Different device configurations, or updates to devices, may affect or change how these settings work.
What information does the Link to MIDI Bridge application store on my device?
Link to MIDI Bridge keeps its settings persistent. Apart from that, Link to MIDI Bridge does not store any data on your device.
What does the Link to MIDI Bridge application use the ‘Full Internet Access’ for?
The Link to MIDI Bridge application uses the Internet Access to communicate with the analytics services (as set out above).
What happens to email attachments sent to the developer for support?
Any file attachments sent to the developer of Link to MIDI Bridge are used for testing purposes only and will never be shared with a third party. Additionally, all reply email addresses and/or phone numbers will not be shared with, sold to, or given to any third party.
This policy was last modified on Sep 09, 2017