Privacy Policy : 


     ie. Data Protection = Your Data Freedom at Trinagon :

    Concerning all the apps / Trinagon editions  on IOS & Android (Apple Store & Google Play Store) named 

    "Trinagon 3D", "Trinagon 3Df" (unpublished),  as well as the older 'Trinagon MonoIco' (Single Icosahedron puzzle).

    Question : What data is collected and how is it used ? 
    Answer : None ! (& therefore not). 

    I.e these apps collect NO personal data !

    The only data stored are your settings and your achievements, which are not personal, but game-related. They are stored on your device only.

    No user behaviour analysis is collecting any data, nor are you served ads.

    So feel free to enjoy your freedom without having to pay for it, and if you do like the free version, please do consider buying the others :)



    More about trinagons standard payment / data philosophy / general privacy policy and data use below :

    Why no data collection / no ads / no strings attached ?

    Data is amongst the most valuable / profitable assets nowadays. Personal & private data can be used in ways that make their actual owner (the person) pay manyfold and dearly.
    To see this is not very difficult. All you need to do, is look for the most valuable companies in the world. Their value does not come from actually being 'free', because if they were they wouldn't exist.
    The personal loss of value is not so easily seen. It come from being led through your 'free' life around the nose, into behaviours and actions that someone else will profit from. This profit comes indirectly from you.

    We sincerely hope to redefine the word 'free' and 'paid' on the internet :

    An app or service that claims to be free  has to meet these conditions : 

    • It has to cost nothing, obviously.
    • It does not lead automatically to a 'subscription' after a trial peroid.
    • It does not try to trick the user into spending money on other apps or services. I.e. no advertising.
    • It does not have in-app purchases that make the 'free' version factually really expensive, when used to the normal extend. A simple in-app - upgrade to a paid / full version is absolutely acceptable though.
    • It does not collect any other valuables from the user. This specifically includes user data, either personal (extremly valuable) or semi - personal (behavious analysis) where a specific users behaviour is tracked across platforms & systems, which can be linked. 
      Only data that is necessary or given on purpose by the user in order to use the app, may be stored & used. Only analysis of generalised (not user-specific) data is acceptable. E.g. where does an app crash and why, is relevant to all, but does not need to include user data.
      There is no trailing of users data across devices and apps allowed.

    The above Trinagon apps using the term free are actually really free ! and can uphold that claim. 
    Pretty much hardly any app or service nowadays that claims to be free can fulfill the above conditions. It is your choice to use them wisely.

    An app or service that is paid, has to also meet some conditions :

    • The cost may only be the agreed upon exchange of value. I.e. the 'price'.
    • Any in-app purchases that still come on top of that fter having bought the product need to be known in advance. They may not hide within the usual smallprint, but have to be simply and clearly stated at the time of purchase.
    • They may not collect any user data that is not obviously part of the service.
    • They may not use this data in any way that is not part of the paid service itself. No third parties may be given access to this data. Not even the same party (the product seller)  may use this data for any of their other products, unless the user specifically wishes so ! (like a newsletter).

    In general, 'agreements'  have to  work the other way around. A user has to subscribe on purpose instead of only agreeing to be signed up (even if opting out is possible).

    This is exactly what all paid versions / editions of trinagon will uphold.

    What you pay, is what you get. What you are given for free is free.

    Hopefully this or a similar definition of 'paid' and 'free' will become standard on the internet, so that normal users do not have to read through 20 pages of legal text to use a supposedly 'free' service anymore. Noone reads those but automatically agrees to be ripped of. 

    Last update : 14.12.2019


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