PLIST Editor's Privacy Policy


I strongly support your right to privacy when using my applications.

My privacy policy is simple: your data is none of my business and starting from PLIST Editor v1.18 absolutely no data is collected by the application.

Support Interactions

When handling support requests from you, I collect:
  • your email address
  • any information you provide voluntarily (such as crash logs, sample files, other diagnostic info)
This information is collected solely to help resolve your support incident. Support emails are retained indefinitely in order to:
  • have context from previous interactions which may help me answer your future questions more quickly
  • identify broad trends in support requests, which may help me identify and solve problems with the product
If you would like to remove support emails you have sent, contact

Crash Logs

Apple may collect crash logs if the privacy settings of your device allow it. Apart from this, starting from v1.18, PLIST Editor collects absolutely no information about the crashes.

Third-Party Vendor Services Used

  • A private bitbucket repository is used to keep a backlog of the support incidents.

Rights of EU Citizens Under GDPR

Citizens of the EU may exercise their rights under the General Data Protection Regulation, such as the rights of access and erasure, by contacting me with their request. We recommend emailing the request to

Questions and Feedback

Feel free to contact me if you have further questions about data collection or privacy policy.


  1. Hi. I am trying to update the Plist editor from Apple Store, but it prompts me for the password for the account m.eastwood? Why is that?
    Nice app btw!

    1. Anders, is it possible to contact me at to discuss about your issue? That prompt is not something triggered by my app, but most probably you copied the app from another computer/user and that copy was downloaded by m.eastwood


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