Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to tiReader app for iOS. tiReader is an eBook and comic book reader for iPhone and iPad ( Any information collected and submitted using tiReader is described in this document. This Privacy Policy is designed to help you understand how we collect and use the personal information associated with our app.

tiReader does not require a user account to operate. tiReader as such does not transmit or disclose to us any user data with the following exceptions. To provide a better functionality, the app can be configured to use services from third parties. These services are described below and are subject to their own privacy policies.

Cloud Storage Services
  • iCloud
  • Google Drive
  • Dropbox
  • OneDrive
  • Box
  • Yandex Disk

In order to easily access your documents, you may link tiReader to your Cloud Service account. This is completely optional and customized by you.

tiReader uses the API and infrastructure of the Cloud Storages to handle logins/passwords and file transfers. In all cases, neither we nor the app itself has access to your logins and passwords.

All Cloud Storage Services have their own independent privacy policy, and we have no responsibility or liability for their activities.

Network protocols
  • WebDAV
  • Calibre server
  • Atom (OPDS Catalogs)

Network protocols allow you to directly access from the app to various network resources on LAN or WAN for file transfer. This is completely optional and customized by you.

In all cases of such connections, the responsibility for the safety of your login/password is on the server side. Neither we nor other third parties have access to your logins/passwords. These network protocols do not allow us or third parties to access your files or other private data in the app or on your device.

iOS Photo Library on your device

tiReader can help you organize your photo/picture library (folders, albums, attributes, customizable tags and graphical annotations, search and filters). To do this, you need to import your photos/pictures into the tiReader Library from your PC/Mac, Cloud Storage or directly from your iOS Photo library on your device.

In addition, access to your iOS Photo library is necessary for the function of customizing the cover of the document/folder via option "Choose a cover from Photos".

When you first start the app, tiReader asks for access to your iOS Photo library. This is completely optional and customized by you. You can always enable/disable this feature in the iOS Settings menu. Neither we nor the third parties have access to your books and photos.


When you send your email to our support directly from the app via the Support menu option (, you send us the following data:

  • your email address
  • ticket ID of your request in the format: YYYYMMDDhhmmss
  • tiReader version installed on your device
  • type of your device (iPad, iPhone, etc.)
  • iOS version
  • locale
All these data are used by us to identify your request and are not passed on to third parties.

Other third party links and content

When using the app, you may optionally access websites and/or other services, such as diagnostic services, online text translation and online encyclopedias. All these services have their own independent privacy policy, and we have no responsibility or liability for their activities. Such services include:

  • some documents in you library may contain links to websites
  • access from a readable document to an online translation service
  • access from a readable document to Wikipedia
  • When setting up your device, you can enable/disable the sending of diagnostic information to Apple. If you opted to share this information with the "Application Developers", some of this information may be available to us for improving the app and troubleshooting. You can enable/disable this option in iOS Settings on your device.

The contents of this document may be changed from time to time as we improve the app. Any updates and changes to this privacy policy will be published on our website

Updated on December 5, 2017