RandTune is responsible for the subsequent data processing within the meaning of the GDPR.
RandTune can be used in two different ways: offline and online. No account is required for the offline usage and thus no personal information must be provided. To use RandTune online you must sign up for an account.
During the registration you provide some information about yourself to use the app (Art. 6 §1 letter b GDPR):
This information will never be shared, sold or given away to anyone. You can update your account at any time by selecting "edit profile" in the app settings. Please remind that you cannot change your nickname.
We store the information as long as this is necessary to provide the service, or as long as this is necessary to pursue or defend against legal claims, or to fulfill statutory storage obligations. In any case, the license agreement ends after a period of 60 months of inactivity.
We provide you the possibility to send us error reports if you experience abnormal app behaviour or app crashes. For this case we use and store the following information for error investigation (Art. 6 §1 letter f GDPR):
This information will be stored for as long as is necessary process the report and as long as the user has a user account in the app. In any case, the license agreement ends after a period of 60 months of inactivity. Thereafter, personal data processing of invoice data continues until the end of the statutory retention period (currently basically 7 years after the end of the financial year in which the business occurred).
In general you can create Tunebooklets. That are collections which contain the names of tunes, sets and wishes. A freshly created Tunebooklet is only visible for yourself.
Using RandTune without an account will store all data locally on your device. By using it online, Tunebooklets and all its contents will be sent to our online service and kept in sync, provided that there is an internet connection. Other users are not able to see your Tunebooklets, as long as you don't share the Tunebooklet as a link and give this link to other users. If you do, this link is only valid for a short period of time. Users who get this link must be logged in to access the contents. If the link is clicked by someone before it expires, the Tunebooklet appears in his or her list of Tunebooklets.
During the sharing process you will be asked which permission other users should be granted if they click on the link. If you choose at least "read-write" then users can modify/delete/add contents to the Tunebooklet. You can edit/revoke the permission for each user at any time.
RandTune does not try to track you. We value your privacy! But, to provide our online service to you (Art. 6 §1 letter b GDPR), the following information are processed by our servers:
We use the information to detect attacks on our systems (Art. 6 §1 letter f GDPR). We store them as long as this is necessary to provide the service, or as long as this is necessary to pursue or defend against legal claims, or to fulfill statutory storage obligations. In any case, the license agreement ends after a period of 60 months of inactivity.
If you no longer want to be a user of RandTune, you can request an account deletion through the app settings. Your account with all your not shared data will be deleted.
Our online service only accepts encrypted (HTTPS) connections, so the entire data exchange between the app and our online service is encrypted. The password you provide to login into our online service is never stored locally. Instead we use JWT for authentication.
Your account password is not stored in plain text on our servers but it is hashed using a cryptographic strong hash function where only the result is stored in a database. So even in the unlikely case of a security breach, nobody will gain access to your password. We do not know your password. If you forget it we cannot give it to you, hence it is important that you provide a valid email address during registration to be contacted in this case.
All your contributions are stored in local files, so-called Tunebooklets. They are located on your device in the app's private storage provided by the Android system. If you have an online account your contributions are also stored on our servers.
You have the following rights under the GDPR against RandTune:
Required for exporting and importing Tunebooklets.
Required to use our online service.