AutoRemote allows you to sign-in so that you can easily retrieve your device list from your own personal Google Drive account. Your email address is only stored locally and not transmitted to a server.
It also allows you to send files to your own Google Drive so that other devices can download them from there.
To make it very clear, AutoRemote doesn’t collect any data from Google Drive. When you send a file using AutoRemote it sends the file to Google Drive and shares it publicly so other devices can access it. AutoNotification does not share any data with any third parties.
AutoRemote doesn’t store your email or other personal data on its server.
Ways AutoRemove Uses Google User Data
- Accesses: AutoRemote normally only accesses the users email address for the purpose of signing the user in to use the Google Drive API.
- Uses: AutoRemote doesn’t use any of the user’s data directly
- Stores: AutoRemote doesn’t store any of the user’s data
- Shares: AutoRemote doesn’t share any personal Google user data with any third party