Your privacy is important to us. It is Bodo’s policy to respect your privacy regarding any information we may collect from you through our app, Bodo.
Our business is based on selling quality software. Therefore, we have no interest in selling your data or using it for sleazy purposes. In particular, Bodo will not send any of the activity data it tracks to anyone.
We measure visitors to our website using Google Analytics. This records what pages you view within our site, how you arrived at our site and some basic information about your computer. All of that information is anonymous — so we don’t know who you are; just that somebody visited our site. The information we collect from analytics helps us understand what parts of our sites are doing well, how people arrive at our site and so on. Like most websites, we use this information to make our website better.
Lastly, we use the following third-party providers:
On our side we use some of the data provided by our reseller for the order fulfilment (i.e. to generate your license and to send you the e-mail with your license information). We store a copy of the generated license file in order to be able to re-send it to you and to enforce usage of the license in accordance with our terms and conditions. License files contain the license holder name, your e-mail address and the order transaction ID.
When you purchase Bodo, we also add you to our newsletter to provide you with information about Bodo updates (You can unsubscribe from that newsletter at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in any of the newsletter emails you receive from us.)
Bodo connects to Devmate’s servers and Paddle’s server upon startup to check whether there’s important information (e.g. a critical fix) about Bodo and to check for updates.
It also transmits your license information (including your license key, email address, and an anonymous unique identifier for your Mac), to e.g. check eligibility for free upgrades and validate your license.
In addition, Bodo sends anonymous usage data to Devmate, that data is only used to count the number of installs, collect crash reports, general location of our users, etc.
Bodo sends usage data to Mixpanel. This data is about how you use Bodo itself (e.g. which part of the application is the most used, which action is performed the most), but not about any information related to your work stored in Jira. This data is linked to your email address, and name if available. The only use of this analytics is to be able to get in touch with you in order to improve Bodo.
Finally, Bodo uses SwiftyBeaver for remote logging. It allows us to catch unexpected behaviours. Those errors often leads to the app not behaving as expected. This allows us to track hidden errors that would be very hard to resolve via email with our users. Those error messages are fully end-to-end encrypted. Once again, no information stored in Jira is being logged, only internal errors.
If you want to know which personal data we have saved about you, please reach out via our email.
If you want us to delete your data, please reach out via our email. We will then delete all your information that we are not required to retain due to e.g. invoicing laws. Deleted information may be kept in backups for up to 90 days. Backups are encrypted and are only accessed if needed for disaster recovery.
For your convenience, this is a quick summary of the external services we use:
This policy is effective as of 1 January 2018.