Last update: 30 June 2020.
On this page we describe what data we store when you use GitPigeon app or visit gitpigeon.com.
What data we collect and why
We story only the necessary information, that is:
Information about your device
When you visit gitpigeon.com or use GitPigeon app, we may store the IP address you're connecting from in our logs. We also collect anonymous statistics during your visit on gitpigeon.com website.
When using GitPigeon app, we collect anonymous statistics about your device (OS version, model, language) to make informed decisions about product development. In the event of app crash, we collect anonymous information about the crash helping us fix bugs.
Information about your GitHub account
When you connect your GitHub account, we store the unique ID of your GitHub account and its access token necessary to show you repositories you will receive notifications from and to check whether you have access to them.
Information about your GitHub activity
When you receive notifications from GitPigeon, we only process your GitHub activity to deliver notification to you and your repository collaborators. We also strip any personal data from our logs.
How we store and secure your data
We use these third-party services to host our application and your data:
- Heroku: backend hosting, database storage
- Apple: sending notifications
- Microsoft AppCenter Analytics: anonymous app statistics and error tracking
- Sentry: backend error tracking
- Netlify: website hosting
- Cloudflare: domain and traffic management
- Mailchimp: waitlist for GitLab support
- Google Forms: waitlist for iOS app
- Google Analytics: anonymous website statistics
- Timber.io: backend logs storage
Removing your data
To delete your data, simply remove the app from your GitHub account/organization and we will delete your account from our database within a week.
If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected]