Here’s an attempt in the plainest language possible how Smirk uses user data outside of the app itself. It’s not complicated.

**1** You own all the “smirks” you make with Smirk. All the faces, the images, etc.

**2** The sharing feature uses the iOS action panel, which Smirk uses but doesn’t customize or have any insight into. Whenever you share something, I don’t know about it.

**3** Smirk sends crash data when it crashes, but it’s anonymous and doesn’t send any smirks with it. It looks something like this: