BW Software products PlayMaker Pro and Game Data Live do not transmit any data to BW Software. That includes PlayMaker Pro for Macintosh, Windows and iOS and also Game Data Live for Macintosh and iOS. We do not gather any personal information with our products.
iOS is the operating system used by Apple Computer's iPod / iPhone and iPad products.
PlayMaker Pro drawings are stored in PlayMaker Pro documents on your computer. You determine where those documents are stored.
PlayMaker Pro for Windows and Macintosh also enable you to create a template library. Templates are used to build documents faster. The Macintosh library is stored in the application's sandbox container. The Windows library is historically stored in the same folder as the PlayMaker Pro application. Recent versions of Windows actually store it somewhere else.
PlayMaker Pro for Apple Macintosh is able to record sound so you can add verbal instructions to a presentation video. You will be prompted for permission to use the microphone. Apple's text editor that is used by PlayMaker Pro for Macintosh can listen to your voice so you can dictate text that can be stored as text in a PlayMaker Pro document.
Game Data Live for Macintosh and iOS transmit football play data, photos and videos within a local area network from one Game Data Live user to one or more others. That's what it is designed to do. It does not transmit data over the internet.
Game Data Live for Macintosh and iOS stores your teams, seasons and games in the sandbox container for each platform. You can access that container for the iOS version using iTunes file sharing.
Game Data Live for Apple's iOS can access the Photos library on your device to reference video that might be there. You will be asked for permission the first time you access the Photos library.
Game Data Live for iOS can access a photo camera so you can capture and store still pictures of a football game. You will be asked for permission the first time you access the camera.
Game Data Live for Macintosh and iOS can access a video camera so you can collect videos of plays in a football game. The camera can be an internal device in the Macintosh, iPod, iPhone or iPad. The Macintosh version can also use video capture devices that attach to a USB port.
Game Data Live for Macintosh and iOS will attempt to determine what WiFi network you are using so it can display the WiFi network's name - enabling you to realize if you are connected to the wrong network.
PlayMaker Pro and Game Data Live can be purchased from Apple's Macintosh and iOS App Stores. The only data we see from Apple is the quantity of products sold. We don't see your name or any personal information when you purchase our products from Apple's App Stores.
PlayMaker Pro for Windows or Macintosh can be purchased from our web store at this web site. The web store will gather your name, contact information, billing address, credit card numbers and shipping information. Your credit card will be processed by Authorize.net. We actually never see your complete credit card numbers. We do keep a database of customer information primarily to determine if you are a valid licensee if you call for support.