Privacy Policy

I take your privacy very seriously, especially when dealing with data as sensitive as what you do on a daily basis. To that end I've designed CalZones from the ground up to ensure that your data stays completely private.

No information at all is ever transmitted outside of your device.

Unless you ever email me for support, I will have no information about you or what you do within the app.

All interactions with your calendar are done via the iOS system frameworks. Which are themselves controlled by your privacy choices.

That's what I believe and that's how I think any calendaring app should behave.

— Dave


(Now for the legal boilerplate part of the Privacy Policy, I always prefer to start with plain english before I get into that part of things.)

Personally-Identifying Information

CalZones does not gather or transmit any Personally-Identifying Information outside of your local device. It only stores preferences about the user interface within its own database. Your events are stored in you system calendar store.

Business Transfers

If CalZones, or substantially all of its assets, were acquired, or in the unlikely event that CalZones goes out of business or enters bankruptcy, this policy and its effects may change or be amended. (As CalZones does not collect any information about you there is very little effect this would likely have in practice.)

Privacy Policy Changes

Although most changes are likely to be minor, CalZones may change its Privacy Policy from time to time, and in CalZones's sole discretion. Your continued use of this app after any change in this Privacy Policy will constitute your acceptance of such change.


You hereby indemnify us and undertake to keep us indemnified against any losses, damages, costs, liabilities and expenses (including, without limitation, legal expenses and any amounts paid by us to a third party in settlement of a claim or dispute on the advice of our legal advisers) incurred or suffered by us arising out of any breach by you of any provision of these terms of use, or arising out of any claim that you have breached any provision of these terms of use.

Updated: March 28, 2019 by David Smith.