User privacy in Kodular Applications

They may collect it but they offer stuff for EU customers, meaning this has to be exactly stated somewhere. The user has to opt-in, not opt-out. Guess I’ll study the privacy policy then :upside_down_face:

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It must be written in the privacy policy which I am yet to find

They have terms of use, but going through them does not reveal any information about the topic.

Anyone from the team willing to help on that?

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As far as I know


You can find our privacy policy at (The website is facing issues at the moment and will be back up in a few hours; apologies for the inconvenience)
We collect crashlytics data from users, more on which you will find in the docs I’ve linked above.
We do not sell any user data.


Thank you. The problem is users have to be able to turn it off. Am I missing something which would allow me to do this?

Also, I will read through the docs you linked, thanks for that.

Since you´re staff, I would also like to point out that the app for advertising commisions has been removed from google play but the website is still linking there.


Thank you. Do you know if developers get insight into that data?

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I also want to add my own words:

If Kodular allows me to develop apps that I want, I should be able to disable / enable which SDKs are injected, control which requests are made by Kodular and so on. (And as Kodular is not open source, it is unclear what these libraries do.) For example, I don’t and won’t use any ad components, so it is unnecessary that Kodular injecting ad libraries to my app. I don’t know which data my app sends to Kodular. When commission removal first introduced, the app was sending data to Kodular to check if user bought commission removal - and there was no proper information about “how it does that?” Does it send a secret key or something, what would happen if someone has that secret key if there was a secret key? etc. And it is weird that I can’t even write a proper privacy policy because I don’t know which data my app collects even I developed it. (And as far I read, Kodular’s privacy policy only covers, not collected data in created apps)

Also, I’m sorry, but I’m not a fan about “malicious extension check when app launches” and other protection stuff. If I don’t have control over these behaviors, this makes my app belongs to Kodular, not mine. If someone really wants to bypass the protection, nobody can stop them when they have the APK.


You’re right

Pushing this up again. I think we deserve an answer to such a critical topic, especially from the team members living in that area since they should know local laws.

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I agree with you, privacy shouldn’t be taken so lightly. I hope we get some privacy thing the next update


Kodular seems to always turn a blind eye to such questions. I don’t like that, it’s not right at all.
(Please don’t ban me for saying that)


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So now people flag my posts as advertisement, someone is mad.


Have you read Which data does Kodular collect from app users??

I have, but that´s not what I need. By EU law we all are required to add an imprint with all data including the one from Kodular, what they provided is not enough. Also, the user must be given a way to opt out which is not possible.

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You’re right. Kodular is not doing the right thing

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I finally got a response from Kodular!
I contacted them via E-Mail and am now awaiting permission to publish their response.


I published the response in its own thread since it also is about a few more topics: Information about the pollfish component, Kodular update, extensions and Data Privacy

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