Privacy Policy

How Gear Handles User Data

The history, bookmark, download list, and top site data are stored in the local device database in current.

Many websites use cookies, web databases, and session data to identify visitors and store information about their site users. Gear stores those data based on privacy settings, but the website determines how the cookie and data are used. Therefore you must understand the privacy policy of the websites you are visiting.

Cookie, web database, session data, and auto-fill passwords are also stored in the local device and handled by WKWebView from the iOS native operation system.

Gear does not share, upload, modify, or record any user data (bookmark, history, download list, password, cookie, web database, session data, and more) to our server or third-party companies or organizations.

Users can clear up all bookmarks, histories, and download lists from the lists manager (Home -> Lists), and clear up cookies, web database, and session data from the setting page (Setting -> Cache). Top sites can be removed from the home page (long-pressing the site icon).

Web customization script and style data (being available for Gear Pro) for dedicated site settings are stored in the local database. It will be cleared up while uninstalling the application.

Totally, Gear Browser current is a full local-based browser and does not use any API to upload and download user data to our server.

Ads Blocking

While the Ads blocking feature is enabled, Gear will block some advertising scripts and hide ad elements for a better browsing experience and speed when the web page is loading. However, some advertising tracking scripts may be run or executed that we can not fully detect. Users should understand how the privacy policy of the website is visiting.

Private Mode

In private mode, the browsing history, cookie, web database, and session data are reset for the new visit and will be cleared up when the window is closed.

Firebase Analytics

Gear uses Firebase Analytics powered by Google for recording interaction and usage activities to understand how users use our application and continue improving the experience. It will not share any of the user data mentioned above with Google or any third-party companies.

Gear is using the following third-party services.