Privacy Policy

Oh hi! This is where we wrote our Privacy Policy and was last updated on February 17th, 2015.

We take privacy seriously at SOLV and this policy is designed to explain information we collect and how we use it.

We last updated the contents of this policy on February 17th, 2015. SOLV may change or update the Privacy Policy at any time as we add new or different features, or as the law changes. Unless another date is given, the changes are effective upon posting. Thus, you should review the Privacy Policy frequently. If you don’t agree with this Privacy Policy you should not use our applications. If you have any questions please contact us at

What Kind of Information is Collected?

There are two types of data that may be collected. The first one is called personal data. This is personally identifiable information that identifies a user as an individual. SOLV does not collect personal data in any of its apps.

The second type is non personal data which doesn’t directly identify an individual or which may have been personal information but has had the personally identifiable information removed. SOLV may collect non personal information about the use of the applications to help us improve our services.

More about Personal Data

We collect personal data when you subscribe to a newsletter or alert, submits content to a forum or blog, or requests technical support. This data may include a name (screen or nickname), gender, birth date, and email address. This information may be used to contact you about new services and features and to send push notifications if consent to receive them has been given. If you contact us for help we will only use your email address to reply to your question.

A Word about What We Might Disclose

As you can see, we collect very minimal personal data from you who wish to provide it, and some nonpersonal data for internal use only. In addition, we may disclose your personal or nonpersonal information to additional parties if we believe we are required to by law, by a judicial proceeding, to protect SOLV’s rights and properties, or to investigate fraud, intellectual property infringement, and any other conduct that might be illegal or expose SOLV or a user of its applications to legal liability. In addition, SOLV may disclose your information in the event of a change or proposed change in the ownership of the company; for example, a sale, a merger, or bankruptcy.


SOLV does not track you; that is, SOLV does not collect personally identifiable information about your application use over time.


SOLV uses generally accepted security measures and safeguards in an attempt to keep the data it collects secure. That said, SOLV cannot and does not guarantee and does not accept liability for unintentional disclosure.