One of the selling points I was hoping to push for my app is that it does not collect user data, and respects the user’s privacy (which is a concern for some people these days.)
I read this in the Privacy and App tracking transparency details (below), and it does concern me that user’s IDs are collected and other things related to the user’s identity. This does bother me somewhat.
I suppose other no-code platforms such as F-Flow and Bubble do the same(?)
In the link below it says that the app will use the Adalos servers when it operates. I thought the database (collections) would be bundled in the app and it wouldn’t need server (Internet) access to see the local database?
Adalo’s Required Data Disclosures
There are certain boxes that you must check, due to the way your Adalo app works:
Identifiers > User ID
Adalo uses User ID for App Functionality , and is linked to the user’s identity. User ID is NOT used for tracking purposes.
Usage Data > Product Interaction
Adalo uses product interaction data for Analytics, and is linked to the user’s identity. Product interaction data are NOT used for tracking purposes.
Diagnostics > Other Diagnostic Data
Adalo uses other diagnostic data for Analytics, and is NOT linked to the user’s identity. Other diagnostic data are NOT used for tracking purposes.