passport.app is a convenience app that provides you with a quick, easy, secure and privacy-friendly way to store a copy of your passport on your phone. This can be helpful to assert your identity in case of passport loss or theft. The application will remind you of pending expiry and will facilitate renewing your passport. There will be more exciting use cases coming soon. The information in this privacy notice only relates to “passport.app”. We have privacy information that applies across our other businesses on our website https://www.travizory.com
All information that is collected in the application remains only on your mobile device unless you decide to share it with a third-party using communications apps such as email, whatsapp and others.
|Information collected from your passport automatically||We scan your passport, extract information from the MRZ (Machine Readable Zone) as well as the main passport information page We take a copy of your passport page||-To have a copy of your passport in your phone |
– To have the expiration date captured to determine expiry/renewal information
– To determine your citizenship
– To determine your date of birth}
|Selfie picture||We take a selfie picture of yourself or the passport owner||To have a recent picture of you that: |
– Can be sent with your passport
– Can be used to match your face with your passport face via biometrics facial recognition (in upcoming releases)}
|Personal information you enter manually||We scan your passport, extract information from the MRZ (Machine Readable Zone) as well as the main passport information page We take a copy of your passport page||To have information about you that you can send with your passport so that the recipient may be able to contact you}|
If you possess several passports you can add them all, you can also add the passport of your travel mates, or family members.
We use software that is resident on your phone. The software is capable of real-time recognition of the passport in a video stream. The data processing takes place locally on your device; the data is stored inside the passport app on your device. No data is transferred from the device during the scanning process.
We use the default protection feature of your device. For example, if you have FaceID on your iPhone enabled, you will need to use it to access your information.
Your information is only stored on your own device. If you back-up your phone then passport.app and its content will be backed-up also with the security put in place for back-ups by your mobile operator, your operating system provider and/or phone manufacturer.
We do not make a copy of your information; your information is only stored on your own device. We do not have access to your information.
You alone decide when and how to share your information. You are responsible for the consequences arising from the receiving party mis-using your information or sharing or storing your information further.
By deleting your passport, all information in relation to that passport will be deleted. By deleting the application, all information about all passports inside the application will be deleted.
Understanding how people use our app is essential. We need to know what is working, and what is not, so we can improve. As a business, we need to know how many people are using our app, where they are in the world, and which features are most popular. We collect information about your device and your use of the passport.app using in-house and third-party analytics. We de-identify the information we collect so we cannot identify you personally. We also combine information so that no analytics report is ever about an individual user. We do not build individual profiles of the people who use our app. We simply look for trends and patterns to inform business decisions. You can opt out of certain analytics in the app. Some information is generated automatically when you use our products, and we cannot turn this off.
By deleting your passport, all information in relation to that passport will be deleted. By deleting the application, all information about all passports inside the application will be deleted.We use Crashlytics — a service offered by Fabric — a company owned by Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.
Crashlytics provides us with information about crashes and malfunctions in our application.
In case of malfunction or failure, the following information is transmitted to Crashlytics:
Data transmitted to Crashlytics is neither stored, transferred to other services or resources, nor associated with other data available to Google.
For more information on Crashlytics privacy settings, please access:
Google is certified under the Privacy Shield and hereby guarantees compliance with European privacy laws:
The transfer of information about crashes and malfunctions to the Crashlytics service can be disabled in the Application settings