02 February, 2017

Privacy Policy - Extensive Notes

Privacy Policy

Last updated: February 1, 2017


This privacy policy governs your use of the software application Extensive Notes for android devices that was created by Fluffydelusions. 

What information does this application obtain and how is it used?
This application requires no registration or sensitive user information of any kind. All information you enter within the application is for your eyes only and is at no time sent anywhere. Any information collected through use of hardware features such as GPS or audio recordings is stored on your device and available to you and you alone. No data is ever shared.

Application Permissions

Android requires applications to request permission before said application can make use of the requested data and/or features. Depending upon the sensitivity, this may be granted automatically, or it may instead ask the user to approve the request at the time of installation.

Audio Recording
One feature of Extensive Notes is voice notes which uses Android permission "android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO". All recorded audio is stored locally on your device and your device only. Audio recordings created inside Extensive Notes can be found in the "Notes" directory on the internal memory of your device.

Read Contacts
Another feature of Extensive Notes is to compile a list of contacts into a easy to use todo list which uses Android permission "android.permission.READ_CONTACTS". Any contact data retrieved via this feature is stored within the application only. At no time is any information shared. 

Camera 
Yet another feature of Extensive Notes is to attach pictures directly from the camera into a note which uses Android permission "android.permission.CAMERA". Pictures taken via this feature are stored locally on your device. At no time is any data shared.

Do third parties see and/or have access to data in the application?
No. All data is stored locally on your device and is never shared with anyone.

Changes
This Privacy Policy may be updated from time to time for any reason. You are advised to consult this Privacy Policy regularly for any changes, as continued use is deemed approval of all changes.

Your Consent
By using the Application, you are consenting to our processing of your information as set forth in this Privacy Policy now and as amended by us.

Contact
If you have any questions regarding the privacy while using the application, or have questions about our practices, please feel free to contact us.

1 comment:

heath@firestonestudios.com said...

Hey Paul,
I've been using Extensive Notes Pro on Android devices for years, and love the program, but transferring notes from one device to a new one has never worked properly. I know you haven't updated the app in several years, but I wanted to post what I had to do to get it to work since exporting never worked properly, in case anyone else comes across this.

Use Backup and Restore (under Extras), and select 'Export' under Export Database to SD Card. This does not export to an SD card, but rather creates a folder under the Device Storage (internal memeory), in the Notes Folder in the root directory, The Folder is called Exported_DB. In this folder is the exported Database, which is called Notes. Copy the Exported_DB folder and transfer it by whatever means works for you, to the new device(I copied to an SD card and moved that SD card to the new device). Then copy the Exported_DB folder to the Device Storage (internal memory) of the Android device, in the Notes folder. Open Extensive Notes Pro on the new device, again, Use Backup and Restore (under Extras), and select 'Import' under Import Database via SD Card. It will want to overwrite your existing Database, so make sure you don't have any notes on the new device, or copy them elsewhere so they won't be lost when the database if over-written. It should tell you if the import was successful. Good luck!

After many attempts to get a backup and restore to work on different devices, this is the only one that actually worked for me, and it was a pain to figure out, so I wanted to share, just in case anyone else ran into this. It would be awesome if you added this workaround to the description for others who might need to transfer their hundreds or thousands of important notes to their new device.

Thanks,
Heath