Our Apps and Privacy
As a Google Apps developer, we provide educators with powerful solutions that are affordable and easy to use. We know that trust is earned through protecting teacher and student privacy.
All of our apps are fully compliant with education privacy and security laws in the United States and Canada, and most confidently we can say the rest of the world.
How do we know this?
Well, all of our apps only collect 1 peice of information from it's users and that is their email address. This is only used to verfiy if the user has a paid license. Emails are stored securely on our server and are never used for advertising purposes. No other information is accessed or stored by us.
Do we have access to teacher, student, and school information?
No. All information is stored on the users Google Drive. We do not have access to any of this information.
When installing our apps why is there a screen asking the user for certain permissions?
These permissions are for the app to access your Google Drive to save data and reports. All of these permission requests go through a Google review and approval process. As part of this process we agreed to not save or transmit any of this information to our servers. The permissions are strictly for the app to access and display information to its users.
Are there adverstising/tracking of users in our apps?
No. We work in the education industry which means trust, privacy, and security are what we focus on. We do not have any advertisements or tracking code in our apps.
Where is user data stored?
With the exception of user email, all data is stored on the users Google Drive. We do not have access to any of this information.
Google Drive is a secure storage space and fully complies with educational privacy requirements. The full statement can be found here: