Here is some information about what kind of data we collect or record and the way you interact with our application.
Data that we collect or record:
We may collect information concerning the words and phrases that you input (e.g. an input sequence, the application’s name, which PCR Keyboard it is applied in, a selected candidate word/phrase, words/phrases added to the dictionary) and import them into your own user dictionary. We may learn your own wording from your inputted text messages (SMS or MMS), in order to help us provide you with a faster and more precise prediction. We may also import your contact names into your own user dictionary, so that you can type your contact names faster. The imported contact names will only exist within your phone.
We may collect the way you use PCR Keyboard (e.g. how often you use each keyboard layout, a status of other similar product that you have installed, how often you use each function inside PCR Keyboard). We may collect your device type information (e.g. IMEI, MAC, Android ID, device manufacture, device model, screen resolution), so that we can provide you a product more suitable with your phone by activating each mobile device. Such activation information may be uploaded to the server. We may also collect location information (e.g. Locale data, IP data) to assist us to orient the region or country that you are located. Then we are able to improve the prediction with different trends words according to different location.
We may record your email address after your feedback is sent through your email address. Your device type and API level may be automatically filled into the draft message in order to help us troubleshoot your problem. You may remove the device information manually.
Data that we do not collect:
We will not collect or record your pin code entered in a password field, or your credit card entered in a secure text filed for any reason.
We will not collect or record other contact information except contact names.
If you log in your PCR account, your user dictionary is periodically transferred over encrypted channel to our servers. For those VIP users, your user dictionary may be stored in the server automatically, so that you are able to synchronize your own user dictionary whenever and wherever your need.
All data transferred by us between your device and our services is encrypted.
All PCR Keyboard user data stored is fully encrypted and governed by applicable privacy protection laws.
We will not disclose your personal information or any other data that we collected or recorded to any third party unless you have consented to such disclosure or where we are required to do so by law.
We may need a network access to detect whether your device is online and what kind of network is connected. In an online situation, a version test is preformed to detect whether it is the latest version and the latest popular words may be updated to your dictionary. You may also access our product store and download different language packs or Curve data packages from the server.
We may need a run-at-startup access. Once startup, a version/dictionary test may be carried on and contact names may be imported into your own user dictionary.
We may need a vibration-control access to realize a vibration by pressing each buttons in PCR Keyboard, in order to provide a better user experience.
We may need an access to install or uninstall shortcuts on the desktop of the device.
We may store auxiliary files related with PCR Keyboard on your SD card and read them from your SD card. We promise that we will not obtain other information unrelated with PCR Keyboard from your SD card.