One word. Sales! Simple, old school sales. If a user buys our product, we earn. If they choose not to buy it, we don't earn.
Anon Tasks does not depend on ads, venture capital or data sharing/selling.
Anon only requires location services to be enabled by the user even when they aren't using the app. This is required, simply, to ensure it can calculate where you are at all times and if there is a task it can notify you about in the vicinity. Not much of a reminder app if you have to open it manually now is it?
That being said, if you have any concerns about keeping location services enabled in the background, you can still use Anon normally. It simply won't notify you. Switch the app on, it will find your current location, match with your tasks and voila, it will list them all out!
Anon does not want access to a user's personal information (that includes their tasks). Period. It's your privacy and you alone control it.
We do not have an email list to ensure we aren't responsible for your email address (or the misuse of it) either.
Refering to the article 03 above, we don't have, nor do we want access to any user information (including location). No access to the said information also means we don't save it anywhere except on your device.
This enables Anon Tasks to be a serverless app.
Yes! We rely on reputed companies like Google & Apple for some key features. Google maps (in case of all users for location tracking & Apple (In case of Anon Pro subscribers) for iCloud syncing.
While we can vouch for ourselves and ensure you we aren't interested in any user's data (location or otherwise), we can not speak for the third party services used by the app.
As much as we believe in being open and transparent, there's some information which we consider off limits.
In hindsight we should just call this is the translucency page.