Who I Am
My name is David Brunow. I am an app developer living in Denton, Texas. You can reach me by email at [email protected]
How My Apps Collect, Store, Use, and Share Your Personal Data
Wake Up Powered by Rdio® and Wake Up To Music
Starting with version 1.2.0 of Wake Up to Music and version 2.3.0 of Wake Up Powered By Rdio, the Wake Up Powered by Rdio and Wake Up To Music apps collect and store your personal data with your permission but do not use or share it.
In specific, the apps collect when you set your alarm and when you turn it off. This data is stored in the location that Apple built to store this type of information in iOS called HealthKit in the Sleep Activity section. HealthKit is a central place to store your health information and you can learn more about it here. You can view what is collected and stored through the Health app provided by Apple or through other third party apps that you give access to your Sleep Activity data.
Before version 1.2.0 of Wake Up to Music and version 2.3.0 of Wake Up Powered By Rdio, the Wake Up Powered by Rdio and Wake Up To Music apps do not collect, store, use, or share your personal data.
The Dharma Talks app does not collect, store, use, or share your personal data.
How You Can Control Your Personal Data
Wake Up Powered by Rdio and Wake Up To Music
This information applies to version 1.2.0 of Wake Up to Music and version 2.3.0 of Wake Up Powered By Rdio, as neither of these apps collected, stored, used, or shared your personal data before those versions.
Upon initial launch of the app you can choose whether you want your personal information to be collected and stored.
At any time you can revoke access to your personal information through iOS’s Settings app. Specifically, open the Settings app, then select “Privacy,” then select “Health,” and then select “Wake Up.” There you can toggle the app’s access to collect and store data.
Through Apple’s Health app you can delete any information collected and stored by these apps.