The Snikket app does not share your data with the app developers. If the app crashes, it may ask whether you want to send a crash report to the developers to help them fix the problem.
The Snikket developers operate a push service that is used by your Snikket service to notify your Snikket app using Google’s Android push notifications when there are incoming messages. This is used to overcome battery optimisations implemented by most modern Android versions. The Snikket app will register with the push service, which stores three identifiers:
Our push service never sees your Snikket username, and none of these token/IDs are linked to your identity. A Snikket server will never share the content or metadata of any of your messages with the push service. The Snikket app fetches messages directly from the Snikket service where your account is registered.
Currently for diagnostic purposes the Snikket push service also stores the domain of the Snikket service where the push registration came from.
Data that goes through your service operator includes:
Data that is not shared with your service operator includes: