隐私条款

We value your privacy, and only collect the minimum information necessary to make our apps work well for you. Our websites (smartgo.com, gobooks.com, and smartothello.com) don’t use cookies or analytics, and our apps don’t include ads or third-party analytics. We don’t share personal data with third parties.

Information We Collect

Go Books: When you buy books directly through gobooks.com, or register the books you’ve purchased using in-app purchase using Register Your Purchases in the Go Books app, we use your email to identify which books you’ve purchased, so that we can provide you access to those books on different platforms.

We store a list of devices you’ve registered for use with the Go Books app: just the kind of device (Macintosh/iPad/iPhone) and your system software version. You can always check the list of books and devices associated with your email.

SmartGo for Macintosh/Windows: We use your email to activate your free trial, and to verify that you’re the person who purchased SmartGo.

Payments: We use Stripe to handle payments; we never see your credit card. We store your email, your ZIP code (to determine sales tax), date and time of payment, and a reference to the Stripe transaction. (See Stripe’s privacy policy.)

SmartGo Blog

Our blog (smartgo.blog) is hosted by WordPress.com (Automattic) and is using cookies and analytics as described in their privacy policy.

Mailing Lists

We use MailChimp to send out occasional marketing emails, at most once per month. You will need to opt-in to receive these emails, and can unsubscribe at any time. (See MailChimp’s privacy policy.) Our mailing lists:

Consent

By using our site or apps, you consent to our privacy policy. You also authorize us to collect, use, and store your information outside of the country in which you are located.

Contact

Please contact us at support@smartgo.com if you have any questions or concerns regarding this privacy policy.

邮寄地址
Smart Go, Inc.
P.O. Box 58951
Salt Lake City, UT 84158, USA

Changes

We will post changes to our privacy policy on this page. Summary of changes so far:

  • May 2, 2018: First published.
  • May 4, 2018: Remove exception for analytics after updating all apps.