Sorry but we’re really not very interested in you. Or your data. Or even your taste in music.

The fact is that we don’t get any data from you at all from our app and have no way to know who you are unless you send us an email or something. We don’t even have any servers to store data, should we ever get any. Which we won’t.

We do get a bit of data from Apple though. Just the stuff that all app developers get, like how many people started our app on an iPod Touch in Canada last Tuesday.

If you are one of those good people who agree to share their app analytics data with developers:

1) Thank you, it’s hugely helpful to us in making our app better

2) It means that if our app crashes we can see roughly where it crashed. That’s all though – it doesn’t tell us anything remotely personally identifiable

If you connect Playlisty to Apple Music you’ll need to be signed-in to Apple Music, but hopefully you guessed that already. What Apple do with your data is covered by your agreement with Apple.

If you connect Playlisty to Spotify, Deezer or YouTube, you’ll need to log in to Spotify, Deezer or Google respectively. Goodness knows what they do with your data, but either way it’ll be covered by your agreements with them, not us.

The long version

Obdura Ltd (UK Company no. 13681260) built the Playlisty app as a Commercial app. This SERVICE is provided by Obdura Ltd and is intended for use as is.

This page is used to inform visitors regarding our policies with the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information if anyone decided to use our Service.

If you choose to use our Service, then you agree to the collection and use of information in relation to this policy. The Personal Information that we collect is used for providing and improving the Service. We will not use or share your information with anyone except as described in this Privacy Policy.

The terms used in this Privacy Policy have the same meanings as in our Terms and Conditions, which are accessible at unless otherwise defined in this Privacy Policy.

Information Collection and Use

You may use the app to access data from third party services and these services may collect information used to identify you. Please ensure you are familiar with the privacy policies for any services that you access before using the app.

Below is a list of third party service providers which can be accessed by the app, including links to their relevant privacy policies:

  • Playlisty uses the Apple Music API in order to read and create playlists and add music to your library. For details of data collected by Apple please view the Apple Music Privacy Policy. You can de-authorize Playlisty’s access to your Apple Music account at any time by visiting your Account Settings -> Account Access and clicking the “Manage” button.
  • Playlisty uses the Spotify API to access the playlists, albums & songs that you’ve added to your Spotify library. For details of the data collected by Spotify please view the Spotify Privacy Policy. You can revoke Playlisty’s access to you Spotify account at any time by clicking here.
  • Playlisty uses Google’s YouTube API Services to access playlist and song metadata in your YouTube library. For details of the data collected by Google please view the Google Privacy Policy. By using Playlisty to access your Google data you are agreeing to be bound by YouTube’s Term of Service. Also please note that third parties may be able to serve content such as advertisements via this connection. You can revoke Playlisty’s access to your Google account at any time from the Google security settings page, here.

Please note: this list is not exhaustive and these are provided here for your convenience only.

App Analytics

We want to remind you that whenever you use our app or any other app from the Apple App Store, Apple collects some basic data related to your use of the app e.g. when you used it, whether you upgraded or uninstalled it etc. This data collection is governed by your agreements with Apple, but you should be aware that they share some of this data with us & all other app developers. The data we receive is completely anonymous.

Optionally you may also elect to share your device analytics with app developers (see the Privacy settings on your device). If you agree to do this, Apple will share more detailed information in the (hopefully unlikely) event of our app crashing. This information allows us to see the general area of our code where the crash happened and the nature of the crash. It enables us to improve our app, basically. It does not allow us to see any data or log files, nor anything else which might be personally identifiable to you.

If you’d like to know what data Apple have collected about you, please visit

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may update our Privacy Policy from time to time. Thus, you are advised to review this page periodically for any changes. We will notify you of any changes by posting the new Privacy Policy on this page. These changes are effective immediately after they are posted on this page.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or suggestions about our Privacy Policy, do not hesitate to contact us.

Last updated: 9 December 2022