24 June 2019
This method - allowing the agreement to be added to the Marketplace - is also used by Apple's App Store to embed licensing agreements, like Vimeo.com app.
Google Play Store, Apple App Store and Windows Phone Store don't allow this. Developers creating apps for iOS, Android or Windows must host the agreement and only add the URL when submitting the app for review.
This applies even if you don't collect any kind of personal information from users or all the data is stored locally:
Here's how to add the URL or update the field:
It links directly to Facebook's Data Policy page.
Here are the guidelines shared by Mozilla for Firefox OS developers in regards to privacy practices of the apps being submitted to the Marketplace:
Here's how iOS geolocation sharing permission shows on iOS:
This application doesn't collect, use, store, and share or disclose any information about the user or any other person.
It's better to have only one single agreement that's shared across all platforms where your app is available: iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Firefox OS, desktop app and so on.
Doing so allows you to easily update the agreement at any time (but don't forget to properly inform users about the changes) without the risk of having separate, old and no longer valid Privacy Policies.
This article is not a substitute for professional legal advice. This article does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor is it a solicitation to offer legal advice.