This privacy notice discloses the privacy practices for Simple weather & clock mobile application. This privacy notice applies solely to the information collected by this application, published by difer.net. It will notify you of the following:
We collect certain data (anonymous, statistical) from your mobile device:
We may collect this information even if you are not logged in to the foreground of application.
WE DO NOT collect and/or transmit your personal identification information.
We use the information to:
We do not intentionally collect information from persons under 13 years of age.
Such data is shared with third parties (below) who use it to evaluate and
improve wireless networks,
analyze aggregate consumer mobile trends, conduct cybersecurity research, and for
network marketing and advertising purposes.
We share the information we collect with third-party business partners who commit to comply with applicable laws concerning their usage of the information. Our third-party partners may use the information for themselves to:
You can refuse to allow your location to be shared by denying the location permission. Or withdrawing it in the application's permission settings on the device.
You may also opt out of the service by resetting your Advertising ID.
To reset your Advertising ID or Opt Out on your Android Device:
Re-set Advertising ID: Settings → Google Settings → Ads → Reset Advertising ID
Opt Out: Settings → Google Settings → Ads → Opt out of interest-based ads
To opt-out of the use of your mobile device ID for targeted advertising, please see http://youradchoices.com/appchoices
Tutela Technologies Ltd. is a world leader in improving wireless networks based on users’ perspective of performance. Tutela may collect data relating to the wireless network performance your device experiences, in a pseudonymized manner, that may include the following categories of personal information and/or personal data:
Using this app and permitting Tutela to collect pseudonymous data may help improve the performance of your wireless network and apps. Tutela combines data collected from millions of devices to create reports and solutions trusted by mobile enterprises around the world. This pseudonymous data may be shared with mobile network operators, network equipment manufacturers, and other third parties who use it to benchmark, compare, and understand the mobile industry, design effective marketing campaigns, and plan and optimize their networks.
Tutela never collects your sensitive personal information, name, phone number, or e-mail, and takes technical and administrative measures to ensure data is not attributed to particular consumers. For further information about Tutela’s data practices please see the Tutela Privacy Charter. You have the right to opt-out of data sharing with Tutela. To do so, please utilize the opt-out measures provided in your mobile application or this privacy statement, or visit Do Not Sell My Info.
Huq Industries Ltd: We collect the following information: Operating System, Date & time, Latitude, Longitude, Accuracy (GPS), SSID (network), BSSID (network), Bundle ID, Device Model, Device Manufacturer, Carrier Code (Android only), Carrier Name, Sim Code, Country, and Locale. In addition to helping us to measure the usage of our app this information is shared with Huq for their business purposes, which consist of the creation of anonymised reports, market research and trend analyses. Data shared with Huq does not contain information from which users can be identified by name and we will not provide additional information that enables Huq to identify you. You can find a full description of Huq and what it and its partners do with the information collected via our app here as well as details on how to request more information on the use of your data and your rights for editing or removing your data.
Opensignal collects data on mobile network coverage and performance. Opensignal uses the crowdsourced data collected from users’ devices to publish reports
and metrics on mobile network experience. You can see Opensignal’s reports here: