We care very much about your privacy. We have a few basic rules here at APKShub:
We won’t ask for your personal information unless we really need it.
We won’t give anyone else your personal information unless we have to do so to follow the law, improve our products, or protect our rights.
We don’t keep any personal information on our servers unless it’s needed to keep one of our services running.
In our products, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to control what people can see, what search engines can see, what stays private, and what can’t be seen again.
Here is our policy on privacy, which is based on these goals.
Like most website owners, APKShub collects non-personally-identifying information like the type of browser, language preference, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor’s request. The reason why APKShub collects non-personally-identifying information is to learn more about how its website is used.
APKShub may sometimes release non-personally-identifying information in the aggregate, such as by putting out a report on how its website is being used. Common industry tracking software keeps track of how often people use the APKShub website (Google Analytics).
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Collecting Information That Can Be Used to Identify a Person
Some people who visit APKShub’s websites choose to interact with it in ways that require it to collect information that can be used to find out who they are. The type of interaction determines how much and what kind of information APKShub gets. For instance, when people sign up for an APKShub account, we ask them for a username and an email address.
In each case, APKShub only collects this kind of information to the extent that it is necessary or helpful for the visitor’s interaction with APKShub. Other than what is listed below, APKShub does not share information that could be used to find out who you are. Visitors can always refuse to give information that could be used to identify them, but that might stop them from doing some things on the website.
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A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor’s computer and that the visitor’s browser sends to the website each time the visitor returns. Cookies help APKShub identify and keep track of visitors, how they use the APKShub website, and how they like to use the website.
If APKShub or most of its assets were bought by another company, or if APKShub went out of business or filed for bankruptcy, which is unlikely, user information would be one of the assets that a third party would get. You agree that these kinds of transfers could happen and that any buyer of APKShub could keep using your personal information as set out in this policy.
Advertisements on any of our websites may be sent to users by advertising partners, who may set cookies. When the ad server sends you an online ad, it can use these cookies to find out more about you or other people who use your computer by recognizing your computer.
Lists of Apps and Suggestions for Them
When a user makes a list of apps public, this information can be shown to the public and shared on other sites like Twitter, Facebook, etc. A private app list, on the other hand, will never be shared or shown to the public. At any time, a user can change how private app lists are. We have the right to report statistics on the data in private lists as a whole, in a way that makes it impossible to figure out which apps are in each private list.
The main reason for collecting data is to help users find apps they might like by connecting their app preferences. These links will also be made in a way that makes it impossible to find out if a specific user has or uses an app when they have said they want to keep that information private.
Any information that isn’t directly related to the apps (like the country figured out from the IP address, age, or gender) is only used to figure out which other users might be able to provide useful signals to help make better app suggestions.
Fast Web Installer Data
We store a Google credential token on our server so that the fast web installer can work. We will only use this token when we get a request from the website to install an app. In about a week, the token will no longer work because it has run out of time. In that case, you will need to run the fast web installer app again to get it to work again.
Developer Dashboard Data
APKShub Insights is a service that helps app developers learn more about the people who use their apps. Protecting users’ privacy is very important to us, so when we present data, we take a number of steps to make sure that users’ privacy is kept safe.
We only show information about apps that have at least 20 APKShub users who are actively using them.
Also, we only show individual data entities (like a country, age group, or phone model) for an app when they are used by at least three users.
Tracking Apps in Action
If active app tracking is turned on in the APKShub Android app, we also collect an estimate of how long each app on the device was used. The information we gather is used to improve the apps we recommend. Institutions that do research can use the (anonymized) data for research. In the app settings, the user can turn active app tracking on or off at any time.
Changes to The Privacy Rules