Part 1: Cookies Policy
Effective on May 28, 2018
This policy gives extensive information about the cookies used by Tenorshare 4DDiG in the spirit of openness. It applies to any Tenorshare 4DDiG product or service that refers to or links to this policy.
Part 2: What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a little bit of text comprising a string of alphanumeric characters that is saved on your browser or device when visiting a website or application. A cookie allows a website to remember information about your visit, such as your preferences, to make your next visit simpler. Cookies serve a vital part in enhancing your online surfing experience.
Both session cookies and permanent cookies may be used. When you exit your browser, session cookies are removed from your computer or device. Persistent cookies will be retained until they are erased or their expiration date has passed. Please be aware that if you remove or refuse to accept cookies, you may not be able to fully enjoy the features of Tenorshare 4DDiG goods and services. Third-party cookies may be used on occasion. For instance, we utilize Google Analytics to do some research. Tenorshare 4DDiG does not process or respond to the web browser DNT (Do Not Track) signal or other similar broadcasts that indicate that users of Tenorshare 4DDiG goods and services do not want their online tracking to be tracked.
About Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a website traffic tracking and reporting service provided by Google Inc. Google Analytics does not identify users, and your IP address will not be linked to any of Google's other data. We analyze the anonymized data to enhance the content and user experience on our websites.
Find out more about Google's Privacy and Terms of Service.
Part 3: Cookies Used by Tenorshare 4DDiG
On our websites, we use different types of cookies. The following is a list of the purpose and how it is used.
Part 4: User of the Software
1. Essential Cookies
Some cookies are required for security and authentication. When you connect into our website, for example, these cookies can assist us in verifying your identity and providing relevant information. You'll be notified if someone else logs into your account from an IP address that isn't recorded, and you'll be able to refuse them access.
2. Functional Cookies
These cookies can help our websites remember your choices and adjust your settings, such as displaying online content in your preferred language.
3. Performance Improvement Cookies
These cookies allow us to better understand and evaluate how users interact with our websites and products. These cookies, for example, can track the number of active users to our websites and how they interact with them. This aids us in improving the user experience and functionality of our websites. Additionally, these cookies may keep information on your browser or device in order for our websites to load more quickly.
Part 5: Cookies in Mobile Devices
Smartphones and laptops have many of the same functions. We may gain or receive information about your device, including as the make and model of your mobile device, and the actions of our applications, when you access our websites using Safari or other browsers.
Part 6: Changes to the Cookies Policy
This policy may be updated from time to time. Any major changes will be prominently announced on our websites.