Starting 8 December 2020, Apple requires you to provide information about your app’s privacy practices, including the practices of third-party partners like Dynatrace.
On this page, you'll find information about what kind of data Dynatrace OneAgent for iOS captures by default. The data categories and types reflect the Apple questionnaire. For a detailed description of individual data types, see App privacy details on the App Store on the Apple developer portal.
OneAgent may capture additional data through your manual instrumentation. If you instrument your app to capture additional data, make sure you reflect it in your app privacy questionnaire.
❌ - OneAgent doesn't capture this data type by default.
⚙️ - OneAgent captures this data type, but you can configure your instrumentation not to capture it.
✔️ - OneAgent captures this data type by default. This refers only to Other Diagnostic Data and is crucial for effective mobile app monitoring.
OneAgent doesn't capture any contact information.
Health and Fitness
OneAgent doesn't capture any health and fitness data.
OneAgent doesn't capture any financial information.
|Precise Location||⚙️||Only if your app uses the location, OneAgent captures the first three decimal places. To prevent, set the |
OneAgent doesn't capture any sensitive information.
OneAgent doesn't capture any contacts.
OneAgent doesn't capture any user content.
OneAgent doesn't capture any identifiers.
OneAgent doesn't capture any purchase data.
|Product Interaction||⚙️||If you use auto-instrumentation for iOS, the app launches, taps and clicks are reported as User Actions. The behavior can be modified via |
|Other Usage Data||❌|
You can disable crash reporting by setting the
|Performance Data||⚙️||When you configure your instrumentation to automatically create a user action, the user action duration is reported. To disable it, set the |
|Other Diagnostic Data||✔️|
OneAgent captures the following diagnostic data:
OneAgent doesn't capture any other data than mentioned above.