Data Stored on Your Device
The OneKey keyboard is a fairly simple keyboard. We do not collect any data. There is no prediction algorithms, nor auto-correction. In other words, the OneKey keyboard does not collect any data from what you’ve typed. Data such as words used, common misspellings, error rates, typing speeds are not collected nor stored on the device. If we are to collect any data, we will sure ask for your explicit consent.
Data Transmitted to OneKey
As a standard iOS application distributed through the Apple App Store, Apple gathers and shares certain non-personally identifiable information (such as usage statistics) with the particular application developer using built-in functionality of the App Store. OneKey receives these non-personally identifiable data, but need not to worry, we do not collect further similar data on the device through any third party analytics packages. We are aiming to make the keyboard better, simply by using non-personally identifiable information provided by Apple. There is no personally identifying information, or any text that you type, that will be transmitted to OneKey. We guarantee for a hundred percent, we do not collect any of these information, as OneKey has no connection to any third-party servers other than Apple.
Data Sharing with Third Parties
OneKey will not share any personal information with any third party in any way. As outlined above, OneKey has no access to any of the data stored on your device or on your app. This excludes usage statistics that are collected from the App Store. For clarification, OneKey would not share any data even if it’s in the form of anonymised information.
This policy was last updated on March 10th, 2016.