Last update: December 16th, 2019.
When you send an email to the Business Calendar 2 Pro support, we keep the record of our communication. This includes your email, name and the conversation history. This helps us develop, deliver, protect and improve our products, services, content and customer communication.
Based on legitimate interests (in the sense of Art. 6 lit. f. GDPR) Business Calendar 2 Pro uses the third-party services provided by Google LLC ("Google") and Verizon Media to collect and store data.
This data is used to continuously improve and maintain Business Calendar 2 Pro. This data is transferred to, stored and processed in the United States and other countries where the listed services operate. Google is certified under both the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield frameworks.
This service collects:
The collection of the Advertising ID has been disabled to protect your privacy.
The data collected by Flurry Analytics will not be shared with other Flurry features. The data also will not be shared with other Flurry products and services, not be used for benchmarking and is not shared with Flurry technical support, marketing or sales specialists.
You can disable sending data to Flurry Analytics in Business Calendar 2 Pro under Settings → Privacy.
You can opt-out from all Flurry Analytics services here: Flurry Analytics opt-out
This service collects:
You can disable sending crash data to Flurry Crash Reporting in Business Calendar 2 Pro under Settings → Privacy.
This service is used for:
The location you provided (either by giving us the permission to use the coarse location of the device or by manually entering the location) will be send to a Google App Engine server together with an Oauth2 access token. The Google App Engine server caches the locations for that Business Calendar 2 Pro needs a weather forecast and periodically queries the Dark Sky API to update the forecast for the next 7 days. No personal or pseudonymized data is transmitted to the Dark Sky API in this process.
The app gets the weather report from the Google App Engine server.
You can disable the weather forecast in the settings of the corresponding view where the weather is displayed (day, month, agenda) and in the settings of the Day Pro widget.
Business Calendar 2 Pro uses the Google Tasks API to synchronize your tasks with Google Tasks when you have added an account in Business Calendar 2 Pro in Calendar & Task lists → Task lists.
Business Calendar 2 Pro uses the Google Calendar API to create new Google calendars or delete existing Google calendars in Calendar & Task lists → Calendars.
As part of the pro features, the app provides location suggestions when you enter a location while adding or editing an event or task. Your input therefore will be send to the Google Places API or TomTom Online Search API to get the appropriate suggestions.
You can disable the location auto-completion service in the app under Settings → Create & Edit.
Detailed information on the terms and policies of the used services can be found in
Business Calendar 2 Pro requires certain permissions. The app only requests permissions that are needed to provide its feature set. Which permissions exactly are requested and what are they used for will be explained in detail in the following article:
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