Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy does not govern the use of the Sites, nor the processing of Information (as defined in our Privacy Policy) collected on the Sites. For more information about how we process your Information on the Sites and when you make use of or interact with our Services, please consult our Privacy Policy. Please refer to the websites of our publisher Customers where we place our content discovery platform to learn more about how they may use cookies on their websites or platforms and process your Information that they may have collected.

Cookies and Other Automated Means of Data Collection
This section provides more information about cookies and other automated means of data collection, and how they work.

Flutterflowdevs places cookies on our Customers' websites and digital properties and uses these cookies as set forth in this policy. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on the browser of the hard drive of your computer (or similar device) by websites that you visit. Most websites use cookies. Cookies are typically used in order to make websites function, or function more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the particular website. Cookies make your use of the Sites and Services more enjoyable and improve the functionality of the services we provide to you. Flutterflowdevs uses cookies to tailor content and information that we may send or display to you and otherwise personalize your experience while interacting with our Services.

Other Automated Means
Our advertiser Customers may place Flutterflowdevs's pixel tag on their websites. Pixel tags (also known as pixels, web beacons or clear GIFs) are typically transparent graphic images placed on a website. These pixel tags are used in combination with cookies to measure the actions of visitors to their websites. For example, we may use pixel tags to track conversions or to create a custom audience for our advertiser Customers to target on our network (i.e. retargeting). For more information about how we may create a custom audience for our advertiser Customers to target on our network, please read about our Interest Based Advertisements in our Privacy Policy section.The specific cookies that we and our third-party partners use on the Sites and when providing our Services as set forth in section below.

What Information Do We Collect?
Cookies used on our Sites: The information we receive from our trusted business partners placing third-party cookies on our Sites may include, for example, information about your operating system, the web pages accessed within our Sites, the link that led you to our Sites, the dates and times you accessed our Sites, and event information (e.g. irregular system crashes). We may also use third parties who collect Information about Site Visitors through their own cookies, web beacons, and other technologies regarding your online activities, either on our Sites and/or other websites across the Internet, in an effort to understand your interests and deliver you advertisements that are tailored to your interests. For more information about how we may use third parties to deliver you advertisements that are tailored to your interests, please read about our Third Party Online Advertising in Privacy Policy section.
Cookies used through our Services: The information that we collect via cookies may include, for example, information about your operating system, the web pages accessed within the websites of our Customers, the website that led you to our Customers' websites, the dates and times you accessed our Customers' websites or platforms, event information (e.g. irregular system crashes), and general location information (i.e. city). Where any of the above-mentioned information, alone or combined with other information, would constitute Personal Data or Personal Information under applicable laws, our Privacy Policy will apply to the processing of such information.

What Cookies Do We Use and Why?
A cookie’s categorization — as a 'first-party' or 'third-party' cookie — depends on who hosts the cookie and where the cookie is placed.
“First-party cookies" are set by the website that the visitor is accessing at the time (e.g. cookies placed by Flutterflowdevs on
“Third-party cookies” are set by a party that is not the owner of that website.
A “browser session” begins when a visitor opens their Internet browser window, and it finishes when the visitor closes the browser window.
“Session cookies” allow a website to temporarily link a visitor’s actions during a unique browser session. Once the visitor closes the browser, all session cookies are deleted.

“Persistent cookies” remain on a visitor’s device for the duration specified in the cookie.
We use the information collected via first-party cookies on our Sites only in connection with our Services. We use the information to remember your information so that you do not need to re-enter it upon your next visit , to monitor how many visitors we have and understand how they engage with different web pages on our Sites, and to improve and manage our Sites. For these purposes, Flutterflowdevs may use the following categories of cookies.

Strictly necessary cookies — These cookies are used for the sole purpose of (i) carrying out a communication over an electronic network, or (ii) providing services that you explicitly request.

Functionality Cookies — These cookies allow the Sites to remember choices that you or your device have indicated (such as your user name, language, or region) and to provide enhanced, personalized features that improve your web experience.

Performance (analytic) cookies — These cookies collect information about how visitors use the Sites, such as which pages they visit most often and whether they encountered any error messages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor; they only collect data points that are aggregated and therefore anonymous. These types of cookies are only used to improve the Sites’ performance.Advertising (targeting) cookies - These cookies are used to deliver advertisements that are particularly relevant to you, based on your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times that you see an advertisement and to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign