Privacy Policy

Thanks for visiting FirebaseTutorials. This policy explains what, how, and why of the information we collect when you visit our Blog. We take your privacy seriously, and we will never sell your email at any cost to any third party.

THE BASICS

1. DEFINITIONS

These definitions would help you understand this privacy policy. When we say “we,” “us,”, “our,” “blog” and “FirebaseTutorials”, we are referring firebasetutorials.com. We help the Android Developers to built better apps using Firebase (a backend by Google). When we say “Android Developers”, we are referring the Developers all around the Globe.

2. CHANGES

We may change this Privacy Policy at any time and from time to time. The latest version can be seen at the bottom of this Privacy Policy. All the latest updates will be effective upon notice. We want to see you this Privacy Policy time to time in case it is updated.

3. QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS

If you have any question or concerns or if you want to delete, edit any information we hold, you can send your query to contact@firebasetutorials.com

YOUR INFORMATION

5. INFORMATION WE COLLECT

a)  Information your own volition: When you sign up for the newsletter for getting latest articles from FirebaseTutorials, consult with our team, and send us an email, comment on our Blog with Disqus or Facebook comment, and message us from Facebook Messenger to our official Facebook Page, or communicate with us in any way, you’re voluntarily giving us information that we collect. That information may include your name, phone number, IP Adress as well as details including gender, occupation, location and other demographic information. By giving us this information, you consent to this information being collected, used, disclosed and transferred to us.

b)  Information we collect automatically: When you visit our Blog, we may collect information about your visit to our Blog, your usage of this Blog and your web browsing. That information may include your IP address, your operating system, your screen resolution, your browser ID, your browsing activity, and other information about how you interact with our Websites or other websites. We may collect this information through the use of cookies or other tracking technologies. You can read more about the tracking technologies below.

c) Cookies and Tracking: We use different technologies like Google Analytics, Google Console, Facebook Pixel, Blogger Statistics, Disqus and MailChimp’s email tracking to enhance the user experience of the users for our Blog. We don’t share the information with any third party at any cost whatever you provide on our Blog.

d) Disqus and MailChimp: We use Disqus comment system on our Blog which is a great platform to comment and it acts as a micro-social platform to communicate the students with us to discuss their problems. MailChimp is used to collect e-mail upon your consent and send emails whenever a new article is published.

6. USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

a) Comment on FirebaseTutorials:  You provide us your name, email address and IP address when you enter a comment with Disqus. You can delete your comment if you have an account on Disqus. The same goes for Facebook comment. But Facebook doesn’t provide us email and IP Address. In case, you wrote a comment as a guest via Disqus, and you want to delete, send an email to

b) Send You Newsletter: When you sign up for a newsletter, you get the latest articles to your inbox.

c) To communicate with us in case you need help or for any given questions

d) Improve our Blog: The information collected by Google Analytics, Google Console, Blogger Statistics, Disqus and MailChimp is used to enhance the user experience. For example, we know from Google Analytic that our most users come from mobile, we try to optimize our Blog for the mobile users for the best experience.

e) Children Policy: If your children have written a comment or send us an email that you want to be deleted from us completely, then you can send an email to contact@firebasetutorials.com, we will delete as soon as possible. We respect the privacy of your child.

7. PUBLIC INFORMATION AND THIRD PARTY WEBSITES

a) Social media platforms and widgets: On our Blog, there are social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. Whenever you like our page, this feature may collect your information. We can’t control the privacy of Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube that you provide us through such social media.

b) Links to third-party websites: We provide links to third-party websites and blogs for the students’ guidance, and the Privacy Policy of such websites or blogs may be different from FirebaseTutorials. The information you provide them is your responsibility. We encourage to read the Privacy Policy of the sites that we redirect.

8. SECURITY

We respect your information that you provide us. We use SSL (https) that keeps your information safe from hackers and it makes almost impossible for anyone to read your sensitive information like password, IP address and other information you provide us.

We respect your information, we don’t provide to any third party at any cost.

Thanks for taking the time to learn about FirebaseTutorials’s Privacy Policy, and thanks for trusting us to handle your information.