We believe that your privacy needs protection. To achieve this, we developed the app with the following principles in mind:
The app reads the following types of data:
Both of these are necessary to let the app calculate a pace of running.
The app saves the following data:
In addition to it, the app persists settings, which you can set on the Settings screen. This includes logins and passwords to external running services which you want to export your workouts to. Pace Control sends them to servers of these services to sign it to your account (required to export data), but they are not sent anywhere else nor used for any other purpose.
If you configure export to external running services, Pace Control will be able to send your workout data to them (the route you run and information when it took place). Exporting workout data is optional. If you do not configure export functionality or you do not activate automatic export nor you manually initiate exporting a workout, no workout data will leave your device.
If you choose the option to share the workout track, the app creates a GPX file that contains the route you run and information when it happened. It means that anybody having access to this file will know where and when exactly you were during your run. Note, that Pace Control does not send the GPX file anywhere. The user select the app to send the file to and this app decides what happens with the file (e.g. it could be sent via e-mail, saved on a drive in the cloud etc.)
The option to export workouts to ".pac" file works in a similar way. The main difference is that in this case a single file contains information about all your workouts.
When you use our website, the information about the requests you make, time when it happens and some information sent by your web browser or network protocols (e.g. IP address, web browser name and version) might get logged on the servers where our web page is hosted. The servers are owned and maintained by our partner company that provides web hosting service for us.