Specter (Specter for stats.fm) does not sell or rent your data (we don't collect any data besides your stats.fm ID and connection date), and anonymous crash logs are collected to help make the app better (This can be turned off in the settings).
Specter uses stats.fm’s API to access all your data, If you check your Spotify connected app’s you will not see Specter. You will see your stats.fm connection “Spotistats for Spotify”.
All data Specter uses for the stats.fm API is stored on your device, no stats.fm account data is transferred to any external servers besides your stats.fm ID and your connection date to Specter (view data example: Example Data). You can delete this info at any time here: Delete account info (Clicking on this link will delete your info after you login with your Spotify account!!) (If you sign in again to Specter, your account ID will be logged again).
Specter uses Sentry for error logging so we can find errors faster and fix them. The error logs don't contain an ID of whom the error came from, only the error details and some info on the device that it happened on. You can disable this in Specters settings if you want.
If you have questions or concerns about any of the above please contact email@example.com
Last updated on 10/18/2022
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