Privacy Policy

Bullseye Match respects your privacy.

No personal data is collected, stored or transmitted by the app.

Permissions, listed in the next section, are optional and may be granted by the user to enable additional features. The user may grant or deny permissions at any time.

Basic usage data is collected, on a non-personal and anonymous basis. This usage data consists of:

  • Device type and operating system version

  • App version, including upgrades

  • Feature usage counts, including match, camera, calculator and timer sessions, and certain selection choices in settings

  • App crash reports

All data is logged in AppCenter and stored for a maximum of 90 days. The data aids the app developer in design and prioritization of bugfixes and features, and is aggregated across all platforms. There is no mapping to individual devices.

Additionally, the following are never logged:

  • Photographs and any image metadata of targets. Photographs are stored only in the device albums.

  • Target turning and scoring upload URLs are never collected or logged, since they may contain network addresses, etc.

  • Device identifiers, including advertising id's, are never accessed.

Scoring information is optionally exported, via email or direct upload to services of the user's choice. These exports are initiated only by the user, and when sent, the information becomes subject to the privacy policies of the destination.

The app's compliance with this Privacy Policy, and the Privacy Policy itself, are reviewed on a regular basis. Users will be notified during the upgrade process if changes are made in future.

App permissions

The following permissions are requested (all permissions are optional):

  • Camera and Photos

    • for capturing and saving target images

    • prior version 2.x also requests Storage, for image processing

  • Internet

    • for turning targets

    • for anonymous telemetry as stated in the above Privacy Policy

  • Do Not Disturb

    • for DnD support (on supported platforms only)

The app will always function, but the relevant app features may become unavailable when a permission is not granted.