Vibration Research Mobile App Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use and disclosure of your information when you use the VR Mobile application (the ”app”, or “service”) and the choices you have associated with that data. By using the service, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy.

Usage Data

The VR Mobile app may track usage data and transmit it over the network to a third-party analytics service provider (such as Google Analytics). You may opt out of this usage data tracking from within the app by going to the settings page and uncheck the option for “anonymous usage tracking.” The usage data we collect may include information such as your Internet Protocol address (e.g. IP address), your mobile operating system, the type of internet browser you use, the features of our app that you access, unique device identifiers, and other diagnostic data. We collect this usage data for the purposes of:

  • Gathering analysis or valuable information so that we can improve our service
  • Monitoring the usage of our service
  • Detecting, preventing and addressing technical issues
  • Providing customer support

Device Permissions

The VR Mobile app requires the camera permission for the Light Strobe feature to be used. No pictures or videos are captured, stored or transmitted by the app.

The app requires the microphone permission for the Noise Meter to function. Microphone data is used to generate a series of real numbers intended to approximate the decibel level at a given point in time. This data is then displayed to the user within the app; this data remains on your device and is not shared or transmitted over a network.

The app requires network access permissions to discover servers on your local network using standard and custom discovery protocols. The app uses this data to provide you with a URL that you may use to navigate to a website using a browser on your device. The address and other information about saved servers will be saved locally on your device. You may delete this data at any time by manually deleting each server using the app or using the Android “Clear Data” feature.

The app requires location permission to scan for Wi-Fi access points to show a complete list of available nearby devices for the Connect to Device feature. Diagnostic data that may include the name of connected Wi-Fi networks can be generated, and you may choose to share this data to assist with troubleshooting. The app may attempt to connect to Wi-Fi networks associated with any devices that you select from the “Connect to Device” screen.


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