The app is an exercise app with strong coaching connection, that store data mainly on the device but some data will be shared due to communication and sharing of exercises and analysis.
What information does myhomefield obtain and how is it used?
myhomefield accesses data from the Health app in a read-only manner once you explicitly allow it (using the system-level iOS permissions mechanism). myhomefield only reads Health data based on the tasks you have created in order to check if the task is complete.
myhomefield does not transmit data read from the Health app across the Internet to any server, including our own servers.
Depending on the specific tasks you choose to create, myhomefield may request read or write access to sources of data within the Health app, such as:
How Does Task Sharing Work?
The task sharing functionality in myhomefield allows users to share individual tasks with other users so they can view progress. All shared task data resides only in private and shared iCloud storage.
Access to this data is granted and revoked by the task creator. Data is stored only on user devices and in iCloud. Data is stored on myhomefield servers, or on any other third-party servers but only if engaged in exercises sent between users, or communication between users.
Automatically Collected Information
myhomefield may record anonymous non-identifiable data automatically in order to diagnose and resolve app performance or crashing issues as well as through AI deduce improvements and suggestions for each users as well as improvments of the app.
Does myhomefield collect precise real-time location information of the device?
Yes, myhomefield collect information about the location of your mobile device.
Do Third Parties See or Have Access to Information Obtained By The Application
No. myhomefield does not transmit any data read from the Health app across the Internet to either our own or any third-party server. Task history may be synchronized automatically to Apple's iCloud servers. This data is only accessible from within the myhomefield app and is fully controllable by the user.
Only aggregated, anonymous data is periodically transmitted securely to an analysis server and an external crash reporting service to help us improve myhomefield. This data is not disclosed to any other third parties, except in the following cases:
as required by law, such as to comply with a subpoena, or similar legal process;
when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request;
if myhomefield is involved in a merger, acquisition, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, you will be notified via a prominent notice on this Web site of any change in ownership or uses of this information, as well as any choices you may have regarding this information.
What are my opt-out rights?
You may opt-out of anonymous analytics collection by myhomefield by uninstalling the app using the standard iOS app uninstall process.
You may opt-out of myhomefield reading or writing to the Health app by revoking permissions in the iOS Health app, or by removing the relevant task(s) from the myhomefield app.
You may opt-out of data being stored in iCloud by using disabling the task sync function within the myhomefield settings area, or by revoking iCloud permission from the iOS Settings app.
What Information Is Retained?
Most data is stored securely on your device and is removed if you uninstall the app. However, data shared, worked on together, messages sent and received, including binary data such as images, movies, docs etc. can be stored on a clod database. Upon deletion of app, data should be removed automatically if not reconnected within 365 days.
Last updated Tuesday, 15 June 2021.
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