Important note : Developers will be required to provide privacy details to users in the App Store starting December 8.

You can find the complete breakdown of the data which is natively collected by Batch in this guide.

To help you fill the App Privacy details information required by Apple, we sorted this data using categories provided by Apple in their documentation: developer.apple.com/app-store/app-privacy-details/#data-type.

Data type

Data use

Linked to user’s identity

Used for tracking purpose

Location

Coarse Location

Product Personalization

Analytics

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

Yes

Precise location *

Product Personalization

Analytics

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

Yes

Identifiers

User ID **

Product Personalization

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

No

Device ID ***

Product Personalization

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

No

Usage data

Product Interaction

Product Personalization

Analytics

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

No

Advertising Data

Product Personalization

Analytics

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

No

Other Data

Other Data Types

Product Personalization

Analytics

Developer’s Advertising or Marketing

Yes

No

* Precise location is only shared with Batch if it's enabled in your app, and explicitly sent to Batch. Batch doesn't collect it by default, even if users share their precise location with the app. More information in our documentation.

** Declare User ID if you set a Custom User ID linked to a user account (usually, when users login the app).

** IDFA and IDFV collect can be disabled, more information in our documentation.

For example, this is what will be filled for "Coarse location":

⚠️ This information relates to the data natively collected by Batch. If you decide to send other custom data to Batch, or you send other data to other tools, you will also have to declare it to Apple.

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