Slidepad is a floating pad let you pin any frequently used web apps and access them easily, and since it shares a similar function as a browser, your data is very important to us!
The Slidepad website and the Slidepad application are owned by Potter Dai, who is located in Montreal, Canada. I do not sell or give away any personal information to others and thus your data will not be disclosed to any third party unless you have consented explicitly to such disclosure (i.e., my newsletter), or where there is a legal requirement for this to happen. I am not interested in users’ data, personal or otherwise. All I’m interested in is creating great, convenient software and supporting users who use it.
Slidepad does not send, nor store any of your data to the cloud. All your login credentials, browsing histories, etc. are being stored on your local devices and can be cleared through “Reset Slidepad" button in “Preferences” menu, – like when you’re using a web browser like Safari or Chrome.
In order to provide certain features, we rely on cookies and 3rd party services.
We do not track how you interact with any of the provided services. However, in order to build a better image of how our users are interacting with Slidepad, we use Google’s Fabric to log the performance of the Slidepad, and how often people interact with Slidepad. We do not transmit any personal data to Google.
Slidepad itself does not send nor store any personal data to the cloud. For third-party services, both Fabric and Paddle are GDPR ready.
If you have any questions, comments or just want to say hi, feel free to write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The last update to this document was on 04.06.2019.