Poki does not collect any personal information nor information associated with your Pocket account.
In case the application crashes, Poki uses BugSense (Microsoft Azure AppInsights on Windows) to track the crash log. The log contains information like date, crash data, country, phone model and account name.
This data has the solely purpose to help analyzing the crash and therefore finding a solution.
Poki uses the Pocket authentication for login and registration. The autentication happens on the Pocket website and is not associated with Poki. The only data returned is the authentication token and the username. The authentication token is used to make further requests to Pocket without authenticating again and the username is displayed in the application.
Poki Premium is acquired via Promotional Codes or In-App Purchases. Promotional Codes are submitted to a backend-service, which receives no other data than the code itself.
The In-App Purchases are acquired in the Windows Phone Store and/or Windows Store and therefore bound to the Microsoft Policies.
Latest update: May 15th, 2015