Google Play Data safety (Android)
Google Play require developers to declare how they collect and handle user data within their app. The provided information is shown on the Google Play store listing.
This table provides guidance for publishing apps incorporating our Snowplow Android Tracker.
|Category||Data type||Description||Snowplow Android TrackerFeature|
|Location||Approximate location||User or device physical location to an area greater than or equal to 3 square kilometers, such as the city a user is in, or location provided by Android’s ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION permission.||✅ Geolocation context (optional and disabled by default in |
|Precise location||User or device physical location within an area less than 3 square kilometers, such as location provided by Android’s ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION permission.|
|App activity||Page views and taps in app||Information about how a user interacts with your app. For example, the number of page views or the screen coordinates of taps.||✅ ScreenView automatic tracking (optional but enabled by default in |
|In-app search history||Information about what a user has searched for in your app.||❌|
|Installed apps||Information about the apps installed on a user's device.||❌|
|Other user-generated content||Any other user-generated content not listed here, or in any other section. For example, user bios or notes.||❌|
|Other actions||Any other user activity or actions in-app not listed here such as gameplay and likes.||✅ Session automatic tracking (optional but enabled by default in |
✅ Background–Foreground transition tracking (optional and disabled by default in
|Web browsing||Web browsing history||Information about the websites a user has visited.||❌|
|App info and performance||Crash logs||Crash log data from your app. For example, the number of times your app has crashed, stack traces, or other information directly related to a crash.||✅ Crash reporting automatic tracking (optional but enabled by default in |
|Diagnostics||Information about the performance of your app. For example battery life, loading time, latency, framerate, or any technical diagnostics.||✅ Platform context (optional but enabled by default in |
|Other app performance data||Any other app performance data not listed here.||❌|
|Device or other identifiers||Device or other identifiers||Identifiers that relate to an individual device, browser or app. For example, an IMEI number, MAC address, Widevine Device ID, Firebase installation ID, or advertising identifier.||✅ Advertising identifier (AAID, also called IDFA) (optional, enabled by default as part of |
The IP address of the device can be tracked by the collector. Disable this using server-side anonymisation.