EasyRoute does not track you. It does not collect or send any information directly back to me.


If you have opted to share crashes with app developers, I will see a report from Apple if EasyRoute crashes. These reports are anonymous and allow me to find the place in the program where things went wrong. (They’re actually very helpful and really do improve the software, so if you opt in, thanks!)

This is in the Settings App under Privacy->Analytics. The option is called Share With App Developers.

Third Party Stuff


Mapbox provides maps and street data, so when you’re using EasyRoute, it’s requesting data from them. You can check their privacy policy here.


Non-premium EasyRoute users are served ads by Google. It uses an advertising identifier which can be used to track you (or rather “provide you with more relevant ads”), but honors the the iOS option to turn this off.