iOS Setup

Privacy Manifests

Beginning with version 4.6.0, the Rover SDK provides a privacy manifest in each module, describing the data collected and how it is used. This is to comply with Apple App Store policies, and to provide transparancy for your users. It is important to note that these privacy manifests are not a replacement for a privacy manifest in your app. Details are available in the Apple Developer Documentation.

Provide a Privacy Manifest

Your app will need to provide a privacy manifest that reflects your use of the collected data.

Contents of the Privacy Manifests

The privacy manifests included in the Rover SDK mark the following categories:

  • Data Collected
  • Required Reasons API

As the Rover SDK does not track users, there are no tracking domains. Accordingly, the privacy manifest does not include a list of tracking domains.

The data collected is used to provide the functionality of the Rover SDK, such as displaying notifications and tracking analytics.

Data Collected

The data collected by each module is described by the following tables:

  • Data

Device IDNoNoAnalytics
Device dataNoNoAnalytics
  • Experiences

Product InteractionNoNoAnalytics
  • Notifications

Product InteractionNoNoAnalytics
  • Telephony

Other DiagnosticNoNoAnalytics
  • Ticketmaster and SeatGeek

User IDYesNoApp Functionality, Product Personalization
  • Location

Product InteractionNoNoAnalytics
  • UI

Product InteractionNoNoAnalytics
Other DiagnosticNoNoAnalytics

Required Reasons API

The Rover SDK only makes use of the User Defaults API for the reason marked as CA92.1 - App Functionality.

Earlier Versions of the Rover SDK

Privacy manifests were introduced in version 4.6.0, but if your app is using an earlier version, you can still add a privacy manifest to your app. Add the appropriate sections to describe the data collection and use of the User Defaults API matching the modules used by your app.

Privacy Reports

To verify the contents of the privacy manifests, you can generate a privacy report. This report will show you the data that each module collects and how it is used.