The Life Skills apps do not currently collect any personal data.
The apps do collect anonymous usage statistics that include app launch times, session lengths, app function and general device information and location, if available.
When you create your my.DrBrownsApps.com account, you are giving us (Dr. Brown’s Apps) the right to periodically email you usage, instructional and marketing information related to Dr. Brown’s Apps products and services. You may log into my.DrBrownsApps.com to change how much information (if any) you want to receive from us. Dr. Brown’s Apps will not sell or give your email or account information to anyone else.
In addition, the DTT Pro app uses the my.drBrownsApps.com to store the following information about the student’s you enter into the app:
- Student Information: first name, last name and picture
- DTT Log information: (such as date run, number correct, app used, cards used, etc.)
This information is protected by your myDrBrownsApps username and password, so make sure you use a secure password and do not share the username/password with your students. This information is sent to our server so that it can be backed up and synced across your devices and so that you can log into the web site to view statistical information about your students.
Dr. Brown’s Apps will not share or allow anyone else to see your student’s information (name or picture) without your explicit permission. Dr. Brown’s Apps may however use anonymous versions of the log information for statistical/information gathering purposes.
Because of child protection laws, members of Dr. Brown’s Apps will periodically monitor the student images uploaded to the server, will remove vulgar images, and will report illegal images to the appropriate authorities.
If you are uncomfortable about sending your student’s information to our servers, you can do one of the following:
- Use nicknames for your students, instead of their real first and last names
- Use other (avatar) pictures for your students (such as dogs, cats, cartoons), instead of their real pictures