Privacy Policy

Last updated: August 20th, 2017

About Us

OurLivez LLC (“OurLivez”) creates apps for a variety of audiences. Some are designed for use by young children, with parental supervision. We take privacy seriously and this policy is designed to share what information we collect from our applications, and how we use it.

We last updated the contents of this policy on August 20, 2017. We may change or update the Privacy Policy at any time as we add new or different features, or as the law changes. Unless another date is given, the changes are effective upon posting. You should review the Privacy Policy frequently. If you don’t agree with this Privacy Policy you should not use our applications. If you have any questions, please contact us at

What Kind of Information is Collected?

There are two types of data that may be collected: personal data and non-personal data.

OurLivez does not collect personal data in any of its applications, or via its website. If you contact us via email, your email address, and any other information you provide to us, may be retained to communicate with you in response to your inquiry.

OurLivez applications may collect anonymized (non-personal) data in order to help us better understand how our applications are used and improve them. We do this using a third party service from the Yahoo Developer Network called Flurry Analytics. Their privacy policy may be found at

This data may include records of different events occurring within the application, the time spent using the application, progress, decisions taken and counts of the number of times the application is launched. This data is only for internal use and is not shared.


We may include links to third parties from some of our applications. OurLivez isn’t responsible for these companies and including a link to them doesn’t mean that we endorse them.

Data Retention

User data is retained as long as it is necessary to provide the service. Data is deleted from our records when it is no longer needed within a reasonable timeframe.