Android App Privacy Policy


Authentic Wombatica Software Android apps are only available from Google Play Store. Always update to the latest version to make sure this privacy policy is in effect.

App Permissions

Our apps request permission to access data from your camera sensor and/or photo album. For video recording the apps also ask for microphone access. The data is handled as personal and sensitive information and is only handled locally on your device.


When you use the sharing functions in our apps, the actual sharing is delegated to other apps and services. For information about privacy in sharing, please refer to privacy policies of apps and services that you use for sharing.

User Data Policy

Advertising Data

We keep our apps free by showing advertising from Google. Google may use the advertising identifier stored on your device to personalize the ads based on your Google activity. You can reset the advertising identifier in the Google Ad Settings of your Android device (Settings > Google > Ads). There you can also opt out of ad personalization.

Google stores your advertising data in your Google Activity. To learn how Google uses the data, please visit this link: How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services. For information on how to delete data from your Google Activity visit this link: Delete your activity.

If you are a Facebook user and have the Facebook mobile app on your device, you may also see advertising from the Meta Audience Network. You can manage your advertising settings in the Facebook App or in Meta Accounts Center.

Compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

If you live in a country where General Data Protection Regulation is in effect, you are asked for your consent for advertising at the beginning of your first session. You can later change your ad settings from the menu on the app’s main screen.


Our apps may also collect app usage statistics which we use to improve our apps. This data contains information about user sessions, for example, coarse level location (country/city), device model and Android version. It also contains data about app usage, for example, which screens and features are used most often. Data is stored in Google Analytics and automatically deleted periodically. Analytics data is not collected from countries where GDPR is in effect.

Updated October 1, 2023