The Pace-Edwards app does not collect or store your personal data.
The Pace-Edwards app requires permission to activate Bluetooth.
Permission to access location must also be granted. This is because whenever Bluetooth is enabled, Bluetooth beacons could be used to determine the location of your Android device. Granting your permission for location is the way Android makes you aware of this possibility.
The Pace-Edwards app also requires permission to read the state of your phone. This phone state information is used to control when the Pace-Edwards app should play sounds. If the phone is in use, the Pace-Edwards app will not play sounds.
Permission is also requested to record audio. The Pace-Edwards app does not record audio, and this permission requirement will be removed in future versions of the Pace-Edwards app.