Audilog prompts users to create an account using their existing email address and a password for an Audilog account. This helps Audilog provide a tailored user experience to each user. The email address and password is stored on Audilog’s hosting provider. Passwords are encrypted. A user’s email address may be used for contact. Users have the option to disable the “Community” feature of the app. When enabled, Audilog sends the user’s listening history to the server and share it with other Audilog users. This data is completely anonymous. Other than the aforementioned, the rest of the data, which include settings and playlists, are stored locally on the user’s device.

Audilog may update its Privacy Policy from time to time. When we change the policy in a material way, a notice will be posted on our website along with the updated Privacy Policy.