Effective on May 28, 2018
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of text containing a string of alphanumeric characters which are stored on the browser or your device when you visit a website or application. A cookie helps the website to remember information about your visit, like your preferences, so that the next visit will become easier. Cookies play an important role in improving your experience browsing our websites.
We may use both session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer or device after you close the browser. Persistent cookies will remain stored till they are deleted or reach the expiry date. Please note if you delete or choose not to accept the cookies, you may not be able to utilize the features of Tenorshare products and services to their fullest potential. We may also use third-party cookies sometimes. For example, we use Google Analytics to accomplish some analysis work. Tenorshare does not process or respond to the web browser DNT (Do Not Track) signal or other similar transmissions that indicate to disable online tracking of users who use Tenorshare products and services.
About Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google Inc. to help track and report website traffic. Google Analytics doesn’t identify users and your IP address will not be associated with other data held by Google. We use the anonymous information to analyze our websites and improve the content and user experiences.
Learn more about Google Privacy & Terms.
Cookies used by Tenorshare
There are several varieties of cookies which operate on our websites. The purpose and usage are listed below.
User of the software
1. Essential Cookies
Some cookies are essential for authentication and security. For example, when you log into our website, these cookies can help use authenticate your identity and provide appropriate information. When someone else logs into your account from different IP address that is not recorded, you will get notification and will be able to deny other access.
2. Functional Cookies
These cookies can help remember your preferences and help customize your settings in our websites, for example, showing the website content in your preferred language.
3. Performance Improvement Cookies
These cookies can help us understand and analyze the user behaviors on our websites and products. For example, these cookies can count the active visitors on our websites and see how visitors engage with them. This helps us to improve the user experience and the way our websites work. Also, these cookies can store some information on your browser or device to enable our websites load faster.
Cookies in Mobile Devices
Smartphones share the similar features with computers. When you visit our websites via Safari or other browsers, we may obtain or receive the information about your device, like the make and model of your mobile device, and the activities of our apps.
Changes to the Cookies Policy
We may update this policy from time to time. Any significant changes will be well noticed on our websites.