We collect and access information that you provide voluntarily. And  we alone own this information. We will not sell, give or rent it to any third  party. We only use your information as a means for contacting you directly. Or we may use it for delivering products and services for our listeners. 

We may use your information to contact you in the future with special  offers, prizes or updates to our privacy policy. However, you may opt-out or unsubscribe from this communication at any time. 

When connecting to SOUND UNIT RADIO stream, your IP address will be sent to our radio service provider in order for us to track listening trends and provide licensing bodies with  royalty reports. Once our service provider receives your IP address it is immediately anonymised, deleted and becomes untraceable. This data is  never sold or passed on to any third party.

iOS Apps 

Apps for iOS do not collect personal  data. They communicate with SOUND UNIT RADIO servers to load App preferences  and connect to our audio stream. 

SOUND UNIT RADIO iOS App does not collect any user data when installed or launched on your device 

Android Apps

Apps for Android do not collect any personal data, however may monitor other Apps on a user's device in  order to control the audio. E.g. When a SOUND UNIT RADIO Android App is launched on a device, it will continually monitor the  'state' of the Phone App (Idle, Incoming Call, In call, Call ended).  This is so the audio can pause if the user receives or makes a phone  call. The App does NOT record audio or collect phone numbers. 
The  App will also require access to the users local storage. This is in  order to store your App's configuration (colors and images) on the  device. 


Android App  does not collect any user data during use. In order to provide audio control during Phone App use, the App will monitor the 'state' of the  phone App (Idle, in call, call ended) if applicable on your device. At no point will the App be able to listen in or derive phone numbers or  data. 
The Android App also requires access to local storage. This is to store it's configuration for faster launch times.