Last Updated: November 14, 2016
We are not spammers and we will not send you any unsolicited email. We make our money through advertising and in-app purchases.
We send several unique identifiers for your device to our servers and store them so that we can track how many different people have installed our app. Note that all of these identifiers are resettable by you and none of them identify you in any way. The identifiers we use are: 1) A unique identifier generated for the app, 2) The IdentifierForVendor which is a unique ID generated by IOS for all Cromulent Labs applications, 3) The IdentifierForAdvertiser which is a unique, resettable identifier generated by iOS to identify your device for advertising purposes, 4) A push notification token for sending you push notifications if you opt into them.
Location permission is required for the use of the Hail Yes apps in order to provide you with proper time and price estimates to a given destination. Your location may be used to better target ads in the free version of the app.
The locations of the destinations that you enter into the Hail Yes apps are kept private on your device, but are sent to the target ride-hailing service (e.g. Uber or Lyft) when you tap on a result to initiate the booking of a ride.
Your Uber or Lyft accounts are not used in any of the Hail Yes apps currently and therefore we have no access to them.
We use the Flurry SDK for analytics. Flurry may collect information about your device and activities within our application in order to provide us with aggregate information that we can use to enhance your experience. We do not send any of the information we collect from you to Flurry, but they may collect information via their SDK.
We use Crashlytics to report to us when the app crashes so that we can fix these crashes as soon as possible. We don't send any information to Crashlytics, but they may collect information via their SDK.
We use MoPub to show ads within the Hail Yes apps and widgets. We may send in your current location to MoPub in order to better target ads in the free version of Hail Yes, and they may collect more information via their SDK.
Cromulent Labs uses reasonable efforts to help protect your personal information against unauthorized access and unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction. However, we cannot guarantee that your personal information will be absolutely protected. For example, your personal information may be affected by actions outside of our control, such as computer "hacking" and physical theft. You acknowledge that you provide your personal information at your own risk.