1. Application Crazy Carrot Run is an mobile game designed for phones and tablets with iOS 11 and Android 7.0 and later.
2. The producer and publisher of the application is Entera Studio, Ul. Wilanowska 4/16, 80-809 Gdańsk, hereinafter referred to as the Publisher.
3. The application is a demonstration project of Publisher designed to present programming skills of the Entera Studio. It nevertheless remains a full-featured software for the end user.
4. The application is made available to users via a distribution platform software:
for iOS – App Store – led by Apple Inc., One Apple Park, Cupertino, California 95014, U.S.A. and is subject to this platform Terms and Regulations available at:
for Android – Google Play – led by Google Inc. based 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043, USA, and is subject to this platform Terms and Regulations available at:
5. The application does not collect, share, and does not transmit any user data via the Internet to any servers subsidiary or known by Publisher. Publisher does not have access to user data and can not be made available to entities or third parties. Publisher does not has integrated the application mechanisms for collecting, viewing, control, transfer, or sharing user data. The assumptions Publishers and the best of its knowledge, all the data entered by the user in the application remain private, are stored only on the user’s device and are for the exclusive use of the user.
6. An exception to the rules described in pp. 4 may be a situation where the manufacturer of the operating system iOS or Android, which is available to application, Apple Inc. or Google Inc., without an agreement with the Publisher will introduce mechanisms to permit Apple Inc. or Google Inc. collection, viewing, control, transfer, or sharing user data with the operating system iOS or Android, which mechanisms, as the program depending on the operating system, the application will be. Apple Inc. and Google Inc. are a wholly owned independent from Publisher, has no obligation to consult decisions with Publisher, and the Publisher has no influence on the decisions of Apple Inc. or Google Inc., and hence on the programming mechanisms introduced at the level of the iOS or Android operating system, on which depends the application Publishers.