Apple's App Store requires that all apps disclose what data they collect and how they use it. This requirement includes disclosing any data collection by third-party partners such as Nami.
Below we'll outline what data Nami collects and how that must be disclosed in Apple's platform. Also see our general guide on Data Collection for more information.
On the data collection screen, the following items may need to be selected depending on how you are using the Nami SDK in your product.
The first list includes data collected for all implementations.
|Identifiers - Device ID||Nami generates a unique UUID for each device. This identifier is not tied to the device through any type of fingerprinting or other similar techniques.|
|Purchases||Collected to power your in-app purchases.|
The following data elements may be collected if you are using certain capabilities of our SDK.
|Identifiers - User ID||Collected if you are using our External Identifiers functionality.|
|Usage Data - Product Interaction||If you use our Core Content and Core Action functionality, you will need to check this box.|
Log in to App Store Connect, and select the app you wish to enter privacy details for.
On your app page, click App Privacy and then the Get Started button to add your privacy information.
If you have already set up your App Privacy and need to modify it, simply click the Edit button next to Data Types.
Nami does collect data from your app, so please select "Yes, we collect data from this app" on the next screen.
Select the correct set of Data Collection items based on the tables in the previous section. If you added all the different Data Types your screen will now look like the one below.
We'll go through each box below and select the correct information for the Nami SDK.
Note that these options are below are only true solely as related to your use of the Nami SDK in your app.
Other SDKs or your app implementation may require different answers to these questions.
Under Device ID, the following selections describe Nami's use of Device IDs.
- Select Analytics, Product Personalization, and App Functionality.
- Select "No, device IDs collected from this app are not linked to the user's identity."
- Select "No, we do not use device IDs for tracking purposes".
Under Identifiers - User ID, the following selections describe Nami's use of User IDs.
- Select Analytics, Product Personalization, and App Functionality on the first screen.
- Select "No, user IDS collected from this app are not linked to the user's identity."
- Select "No, we do not use user IDs for tracking purposes."
The selection of items on the Purchase History data will depend on how you are using the Nami platform.
- All apps must select the following items Analytics, Product Personalization, and App Functionality.
- If you use Nami capabilities around the purchase state, entitlement state, or customer journey for marketing or advertising, you must check Developer's Advertising or Marketing. This includes sending any Nami data to other third-parties through our integrations.
- If you use Nami's integrations to send
user.*events to other 3rd parties for advertising purposes, you must check Third-Party Advertising.
- Select "No, purchase history data collect from this app is not linked to the user's identity."
- Select "No, we do not use purchase history data for tracking purposes."
If you are using our Machine Learning in our SDK and in particular our Core Content and Core Action capabilities, you'll need to make the following selections for Usage Data - Product Interaction.
- Select Analytics and Product Personalization on the first screen.
- Select "No, product interaction data collected from this app is not linked to the user's identity".
- Select "No, we do not use product interaction data for tracking purposes".
When complete, your App Privacy based on usage of the Nami SDK should look like the example below under App Privacy > Product Page Preview.
If you click the See Details button you should see the following information.
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