Collection of data
This app interacts with the HomeKit Framework of Apple.
More information about it is available here: https://www.apple.com/ios/homekit/
The user grants the app access to his HomeKit setup. After that the app has the permission to interact with the HomeKit database of the device. Due to the usage of the app through the user, the following HomeKit data is being presented or edited. (homes, zones, rooms, devices, services, service groups, characteristics, time-based and event-based triggers) Every change will be saved into the HomeKit database.
The communication with HomeKit-devices inside the house, or the synchronization of the database between Apple devices is done by Apples HomeKit system.
Controller for HomeKit does not evaluate HomeKit data or user interactions. Every interaction with HomeKit data is limited to load, show or edit data from / into the HomeKit database.
Use of data
The HomeKit platform enables the user to build a home automation system. The app uses the data from the HomeKit database to show the current state of the system to the user. The user can change this state by using the functionalities of the app. Changes are written back into the HomeKit database.
The app does not collect any statistic data about contents of the HomeKit database or user interactions.
Disclosure of data
Data is only available in the app and will not stored or send anywhere. By using HomeKit you of course agreed that data is stored in Apple’s iCloud. In case you share HomeKit functionality with other users, parts of the data will be visible to these persons.
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