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Last updated: January 17, 2019

This Privacy Policy describes the information that is collected and used when you use Blindsnap. By using Blindsnap you acknowledged that you accept this Privacy Policy.


Blindsnap is an app developed by Jaime Torres as a challenge to take photos with the screen not displaying what you are photographing, totally black. Jaime Torres does not collect any personal data when you use Blindsnap. Blindsnap will access your device camera only if explicit permission has been granted; this access is required so you can be able to take your photos. Once you finish taking a photo sharing options will appear and you will be able to share it with whoever you decide, or you could saved the photo locally in your device. The photos that you take will not be stored on an external server, Jaime Torres will not have access to your photos. 

If you have the option of sharing analytics, diagnostics and usage information enabled in your device Privacy settings anonymous non-identifiable data will be sent to App Analytics when you use Blindsnap. This data includes crash data as well as statistics about how you use the app, this data is collected by Apple, Inc. and stored on Apple’s servers. Jaime Torres can access the data via iTunes Connect, App Analytics. If you don’t want to share your app usage statistics information and crash data with App Analytics you can go to your device Settings and disable the Analytics options in the Privacy section. For more information on Apple’s User Information collection please refer to their Privacy Policy at


At my discretion, I may make changes to this Policy. You should check here frequently to know the updates to this Privacy Policy.


If you have questions about this Privacy Policy please contact me through the contact me form at my support website: 

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