SongBook +: Privacy, terms and conditions

SongBook + underlies the standard "Licensed Application End User License Agreement" of Apple that can be found here:

http://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/appstore/dev/stdeula

SongBook + doesn't contain any data like song lyrics, music notes, audio files, video files or midi files when downloaded from the App Store. Any data to display or replay with SongBook + must be added by the users. 

Users must respect copyright laws and are not allowed to add any data into SongBook + that they do not legally own.

 

If you download and use SongBook + you confirm these agreements.

In App Purchase "Unlock Full Version"

The base version of SongBook + is full featured but has a limitation to 15 songs in one single book.

Users that do not need more than 15 songs or more than one single book can use SongBook + free of charge.

Users that want to use more than 15 songs or more than one single book can break this limitation by unlocking the full version with the approrpiate In App Purchase.

The user can choose between a one-time payment of the full version or a monthly or yearly subscription of the full version.

Unlock full version with one-time payment

The one-time payment entitles to use the full version indefinitely.

The payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.

After 5 years, the user  will not be allowed to install any updates anymore, otherwise the full version expires during the update. SongBook + will remind in advance to disable automatic app updates. So the user can continue to use the full version after 5 years without additional payment.

Unlock full version with subscription

The payment with subscription  entitles to use the full version until the subscription is canceled and the already paid period expired.

The payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's account settings after purchase.

In app purchases "Gold Sponsor", "Silver Sponsor" and "Bronze Sponsor"

After unlocking the full version with a one-time payment, the user may  optionally  become a sponsor of SongBook + with a subscription.

 

Sponsoring SongBook + allows very satisfied users to periodically donate for the future development and the support of SongBook +. Three different levels of sponsoring named "Gold Sponsor", "Silver Sponsor" or "Bronze Sponsor" are available. To be a sponsor of SongBook +, the user can choose from a monthly or yearly payable subscription. The payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's account settings after purchase.

Collected data

 

If you don't want that SongBook + is collecting the data described below, you can disable it in the settings of SongBook +, in section "Other", by switching off the option "Send crash reports to developer".

Crash logs

When  SongBook +  detects  that  it  crashed  in  the  load  session,  it  want  upload  a  crash  log  to  a  server  of  appcenter.ms.  The  crash  logs  contain  information about  the  usage of  the app  before the crash and will be used by  the developer to find and fix issues causing app crashes and increase the stability of the app.  The  crash log doesn't contain any information that could be used to identify  the user.

App usage

When SongBook + is started, it sends an event to a server of  appcenter.ms. This information is only used to count how often  and in which countries the app is used. In future versions it may also send events about the usage of SongBook +. These events may be sent eg  when a song is opened,  the replay of a song  is started, a song is selected by incoming midi events, outgoing  midi events are sent to control a connected keyboard, another SongBook + is connected, etc. These events are only used to know which features of the app  are frequently used and to further improve the app. These events don't contain any information that can be used to identify the user.