Terms and Conditions
DrinkControl app serves entertainment purpose and does not provide any professional or medical knowledge and is not a substitute for independent professional advice. DrinkControl cannot be used as a medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute of your own health professional's advice.
Before relying on the data in DrinkControl you should carefully evaluate information accuracy, validity, completeness and relevance for your purposes and obtain any appropriate professional advice relevant to your particular circumstances.
DrinkControl app is software, software is complex and may contain bugs (sorry if you experienced one). While we are doing our best we cannot guarantee that our software will function in all situations and circumstances.
E-protect does not accept any liability for losses, damages or expenses, any injuries, direct, indirect, special, punitive, or consequential damages, loss of data, loss of income, loss of or damage to property, claims of third parties, or other losses of any kind or character arising out of or in connection with the use of the DrinkControl app or related services.
All data within the app is for your personal use only and is stored only on your device (app data also might be saved in Apple iCloud if you have enabled iCloud backups on your device). We do not store or process your data on our servers.
DrinkControl app does not store any usernames and passwords you use to connect to any Third Party (e.g. Dropbox) - username and password you provide when you log in is not stored in the app, but is directly passed to the relevant Third Party.
Certain features of the DrinkControl app allow you to interact and share information with third party services (e.g. exporting to Dropbox) and other applications (e.g. sharing statistics or infographic) such as Facebook, Twitter or other Third Parties. You yourself choose if you want to share your information, what you want to share and how you want to share it. If you decide to share your information with any Third Party from your device, any information those websites or applications collect may be sent to other third parties and E-protect privacy policies will not apply. Third Parties may have their own privacy policies that you should review.
Remember that material you share with Third Parties could be treated as non-confidential, always carefully consider audience for information you share. For example, sharing stats with your friends or support group might be fun or helpful but making them accessible to everyone (including your employer) usually is a very bad idea. Think twice before sharing anything from DrinkControl to public.
Certain non-person identifiable (anonymized) information about how you use DrinkControl app (such as frequency and duration of usage, application screens visited, diagnostic messages and errors if application has crashed etc.) together with general information about your device (model, operating system version etc.) are shared with Third parties that provide analytics services to help us understand how DrinkControl app is used, identify problems and improve DrinkControl app experience in future releases.
You can opt-out from sharing this information with us from the Settings-Privacy section (available since app version 4.12). At the moment we are relying on Google Analytics for providing DrinkControl app and website analytics.
When your are browsing DrinkControl website, small files (known as "cookies") are saved onto your device to collect analytic information about how users browse the site by our analytics service (and to remember that you already have seen our "cookie message").
Internet address of your computer, tablet or phone is anonymized in the analytics service we use and these cookies are not used to identify you personally. You can opt-out of analytic cookies.
Changes and Updates
Updated May 8, 2018
• Added information about opting-out from app analytics sharing.
• Added information about IP address anonymization in analytics.