World Time Clock Privacy Statement

Reflected Sun believes that companies do not have the right to spy on you or harvest your personal information. World Time Clock does not gather your personal information. The first time you run World Time Clock you are asked if the app can use your location. If you allow this, a city near you will be added to the initial list of cities; if you do not allow this, World Time Clock will work just fine. World Time Clock does not track you. The app does not send your personal information, IP address, or location to any company, person, or cloud service. This app only uses your internet connection to remember your current settings and retrieve maps; this lets World Time Clock pick up where you let off if you use the app on multiple computers. In the unlikely event that the app has a bug that causes it to stop unexpectedly, Windows may send some anonymous program information to Microsoft to help us diagnose the problem.