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Caloric Biometric Values & Flurry Analytics - Personal Data Vs. "Anonymous" Data Collection
on January 5, 2015
Minimal Permissions - Does run OFFLINE (I went into the App first time while OFFLINE - No Problems)
12.21mb Device Memory - Movable to Internal USB / External SD Storage (KitKat 4.4.2)
Flurry Analytics - not so happy with Flurry in an app that requests Biometric Identifiers (Gender, Age, Weight)
Video looks great although could be longer clips, yet these short clips are far better than the usual text-book illustrations and does keep the really small file size... well, small. No issues with volume control. Looks like the dev team has been updating/tweaking fixes fairly regularly.
"Daily Workout may use and disclose to Daily Workout's partners and contractors the collected non-personal ((and they mean the biometric information too)) data for ... advertising serving..."
"Daily Workout reserves the right to use and disclose the collected non-personal data for purposes of advertisement by Daily Workout or Daily Workout's partners and contractors."
However, this is the ONLY issue I have with the app, and if you do feel differently, which is perfectly fine, concerning Personal Data versus collecting "generalized" biometric information, then I do say this app may be worth a look. Additionally, this caloric counter feature is optional; you can simply use the workouts without entering datum or calculating calorie burn.