1) Camera Access: Users can take a photo with phone camera and edit.
2) Photo Library Access: Users can choose photos from the photo library and save after editing.
The app includes In-App Purchases (IAP). In-app purchases may be made only upon entering the App Store Password and you are responsible for maintaining the security of such password. Be aware of the iOS 15-minute window for making additional purchases / in-app purchases, during which your password may not be required.
To prevent accidental purchases (including those without your knowledge and permission), we suggest you use password protection on your iPhone:
Step 1. Tap «Settings» > «General» > «Restrictions» > «Allowed Content» > «Password Settings»;
Step 2. Under «Purchases and In-App Purchases», tap the setting «Always Require».
We take reasonable security measures to protect the information that we obtain from you (including preventing the loss, misuse, unauthorised access, disclosure, alteration and destruction of your personal information). However, please be aware that unauthorised entry or use, hardware or software failure, hacking, the inherent insecurity of the Internet and other factors, may compromise the security of your personal information at any time. As such, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information, and we will have no liability to you or to any third party arising out of any such loss, misuse or alteration.
We share collected non-personally identifiable information with third parties, third party advertising providers and other third party service providers (collectively referred to as “Partners”). The Information collected from you on our app relating to your use of our app may be used to offer personalised advertising or assess the performance of our advertising.
We may share information that can be used to personally identify your device (e.g. persistent identifiers such as Installation UUID, IDFA and IP address) for the purposes of delivering our services, displaying appropriate advertisements.
We use a service called Crashlytics to provide details of any crashes that occur when running the app. Crashlytics records the Installation UUID of the device which is "An alphanumeric string that uniquely identifies a device to the app’s vendor." This means that all of our apps installed on one device have this same ID. This is used so we can see the distribution of a crash. For example if we get the same crash 100 times, did those 100 crashes happen on 100 different devices? Or maybe just on 7 devices? If on 7 devices then we know that the crash is happening over and over for the same people. This doesn't tell us who you are, or where you are or anything like that, but it is crucial to our understanding of how a bug occurs so we can fix it and provide you the bug free experience you deserve.
The advertising IDs are unique, but non-personalised and non-permanent identification numbers for a specific device, which are provided by the operating systems. The data collected with these IDs are not linked to other device-related information, and this information does not identify you personally.
To get more information about how your data is being collected and processed you can visit the sites at:
We are not responsible for the privacy practices of third parties.