Privacy Agreement

Version 2022.09.24

Preface

This agreement describes the strategy of how Poster of current version gets, stores and shares data. A user must agree this agreement or he/she can no longer use Poster.

When Poster adapts, this agreement may adapts as well. The new agreement will be pronounced along with the new version of Poster to the user.

Some third-party frameworks have their own privacy policy. Those policies are list below.

What data Poster gets?

Poster gets ids, nicknames, profile images and tokens of Weibo and Twitter.

Poster gets inputting texts from the user, along with pictures, videos and web URLs that the user shares.

When the user shares location information, Poster gets the current location information as well.

The user's IP address.

Why Poster gets those data?

The nickname and profile image is used to show the currently login account for the user.

The id is used to store the account information as the nickname and profile image changes, but the id won’t.

The token is used to verify user identity when sending content that user shares to Weibo and Twitter.

Inputting texts, pictures, videos and web URLs are used to share for the user to Weibo and Twitter.

Location informations, is used to share for the user to Weibo and Twitter.

IP addresses are requested by Weibo when sharing status. Weibo will use it to tag user base on province scale regions in China Mainland, and on countries and regions outside China Mainland.

How Poster stores those data?

Poster stores ids, nicknames, profile images and tokens on the device that user currently logs in.

The other data only is used for sharing. When sharing completes, Poster won’t save them.

Does Poster share data with third party?

Some frameworks that Poster uses will collect user's data.

RevenueCat

Apple App Privacy

Google AdMob

Apple's App Store data disclosure requirements

Others

For fixing errors that an app may exist, Apple automatically collects and sending data to the Apple server when the app crashes. Apple shares the crashing data to the app’s developer. The function is designed for improving the user experience and can be disabled in the system setting.

Old Versions

Privacy Agreement

Version 2022.07.10

Preface

This agreement describes the strategy of how Poster of current version gets, stores and shares data. A user must agree this agreement or he/she can no longer use Poster.

When Poster adapts, this agreement may adapts as well. The new agreement will be pronounced along with the new version of Poster to the user.

What data Poster gets?

Poster gets ids, nicknames, profile images and tokens of Weibo and Twitter.

Poster gets inputting texts from the user, along with pictures, videos and web URLs that the user shares.

When the user shares location information, Poster gets the current location information as well.

The user's IP address.

Why Poster gets those data?

The nickname and profile image is used to show the currently login account for the user.

The id is used to store the account information as the nickname and profile image changes, but the id won’t.

The token is used to verify user identity when sending content that user shares to Weibo and Twitter.

Inputting texts, pictures, videos and web URLs are used to share for the user to Weibo and Twitter.

Location informations, are used to share for the user to Weibo and Twitter.

IP addresses are requested by Weibo when sharing status. Weibo will use it to tag user base on province scale regions in China Mainland, and on countries and regions outside China Mainland.

How Poster stores those data?

Poster stores ids, nicknames, profile images and tokens on the device that user currently logs in.

The other data only is used for sharing. When sharing completes, Poster won’t save them.

Does Poster share data with third party?

No.

Others

For fixing errors that an app may exist, Apple automatically collects and sending data to the Apple server when the app crashes. Apple shares the crashing data to the app’s developer. The function is designed for improving the user experience and can be disabled in the system setting.

Privacy Agreement

Version 2018.11.5

Preface

This agreement describes the strategy of how Poster of current version gets, stores and shares data. A user must agree this agreement or he/she can no longer use Poster.

When Poster adapts, this agreement may adapts as well. The new agreement will be pronounced along with the new version of Poster to the user.

What data Poster gets?

Poster gets ids, nicknames, profile images and tokens of Weibo and Twitter.

Poster gets inputting texts from the user, along with pictures, videos and web URLs that the user shares.

When the user shares location information, Poster gets the current location information as well.

Why Poster gets those data?

The nickname and profile image is used to show the currently login account for the user.

The id is used to store the account information as the nickname and profile image changes, but the id won’t.

The token is used to verify user identity when sending content that user shares to Weibo and Twitter.

Inputting texts, pictures, videos and web URLs are used to share for the user to Weibo and Twitter.

Location information, are used to share for the user to Weibo and Twitter.

How Poster stores those data?

Poster stores ids, nicknames, profile images and tokens on the device that user currently logs in.

The other data only is used for sharing. When sharing completes, Poster won’t save them.

Does Poster share data with third party?
No.

Others

For fixing errors that an app may exist, Apple automatically collects and sending data to the Apple server when the app crashes. Apple shares the crashing data to the app’s developer. The function is designed for improving the user experience and can be disabled in the system setting.