Brewers Tool Belt – Privacy Policy

Brewers Tool Belt Privacy Policy
Dennis here AKA Hommel Homebrew AKA the weirdo who put this app together. Apple is now requiring a Privacy Policy in order to publish an App so here we are. Let me summarize by saying I don’t want your data. I don’t really want your money although a few In-App purchases would be cool. I’ll spend it on beer or maybe homebrew equipment. Probably beer. I have made almost no money off of BTB after who knows how many hours of coding and I’m totally fine with that. I’ve had a blast working on it and I built this App with the sole purpose of being able to put together brewing recipes while taking a deuce or anywhere else where laptops are ill advised. Thats it. And to be honest, the thought of other people using what I created while taking a deuce puts a huge smile on my face. Really. I’m giggling right now just thinking about it. I have not and never will sell your information. No amount of money from advertising is worth being anything even remotely like Mark Zuckerberg or any of these other truly epically lame people who are intent on making lots of money off of stealing your information and selling it to a bunch of other epically lame people. So there you have it. Now the “official” Privacy Policy:
1) Identify what data, if any, the app/service collects, how it collects that data, and all uses of that data.
This App (Brewers Tool Belt) takes the data that you enter and stores it local to the app and only for use within the app. No data is ever collected from the app and along with that no data is ever shared. You can email recipes out of the app but that is for you to share recipes, not to collect or share your data with third parties.
2) Confirm that any third party with whom an app shares user data (in compliance with these Guidelines) — such as analytics tools, advertising networks and third party SDKs, as well as any parent, subsidiary or other related entities that will have access to user data — will provide the same or equal protection of user data as stated in the app’s privacy policy and required by these Guidelines.
No data from this App is shared with any third party.
3) Explain its data retention/deletion policies and describe how a user can revoke consent and/or request deletion of the user’s data.
The data you enter is stored locally to the App and you can delete it at anytime but deleting it from where you entered it. For example, if you delete a recipe it is deleted out of the local store. Same for profile data. Again, no data is ever pulled from the App to some other storage or shared with anyone else. So, if you delete the App all of the data is deleted.