Privacy policy

Last update: 27 January 2014

Here at Picmoo we take privacy and the security of your information very seriously. This policy explains the collection and usage of your personal information. If you have any questions please feel free to write us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

This document covers the collection and usage of your personal information when you visit either our website or any other websites created using the Picmoo platform (collectively, the "Picmoo websites"). For the purposes of this Privacy Policy, "you," "your," and "user" shall refer to any user and/or visitor of any of the Picmoo Websites.

1. Information we collect


Picmoo requires a login in order to provide a service to our users. During the registration process we collect an email address, your first and last name as well as a password. We also collect your timezone information as well as your IP address.

Paid subscriptions

If you decide to use our paid subscription via a paid account, during your checkout we will collect the following information: the billing cycle selected for your subscription as well as your billing first and last name. We use Stripe as our payment processors and Picmoo never receives sensible information such as credit or debit card details. You can find more about the Stripe privacy policy following this link.

Connected accounts

Picmoo offers various tools to interact with various social accounts including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Wordpress, Blogger, Dropbox and Instagram. Any information you provide when using such tools are publicly viewable outside of the Website domain. Each of these social services have their own privacy policy and we encourage you to read it. If you do not wish this information to be disclosed, you should not use these tools.

Import jobs

Users can import their content stored on other platforms via import jobs. Picmoo sometimes requires your username and password to these external platforms in order to be able to copy your content into our platform. When such sensible credentials are required, we store them fully encrypted only for the duration of the import process. Once the import process is completed, such credentials are permanently removed from our systems.

Analytics logs

When accessing web pages on the Picmoo websites, we may log your IP address, URLs loaded, time of access, geographic location, browser details and referrals in order to provide internal information in regards to site traffic statistics. This information may also be used to identify users that do not comply with our Terms and conditions.

2. Uses of information

Picmoo uses the collected information in order to provide users with a service that allows you to build your online website. Various features in our administration interface will, at your discretion, display your name or adjust dates and times based on your local timezone. Picmoo also uses this information to send out notifications about our platform, such as billing problems, trial expirations, maintenance periods and other items that may impact service).

The analyics logs are used, but not limited to, find potential cases of abuse, establish statistical information regarding Website traffic and others.

Your information is never shared, leased or given to any third parties in ways other than disclosed in this Privacy Policy.

3. Security of information

Picmoo stores all sensible information in secure databases that are protected using a variety of industry-standard methods. Secure passwords and SSL encryption are in place to ensure all the sensible data we collect is safe. However, nobody can fully eliminate security risks associated with online transactions and therefore you provide personal information your own risk.

4. Cookies

Like almost all websites, Picmoo uses cookies in order to store user-specific information such as login sessions. Users with disabled cookies will not be able to login into our service, however, disabling cookies still alows users to load the Picmoo websites. Cookies can be used to identify a specific user of our sistem. If you are logged in, cookeis on your computer will uniquely identify you against our system.