Dvorak Keyboard Privacy Policy


We take your privacy very seriously. We do not collect data behind the scenes to run advertising programs, nor do we sell such data to third parties. We only collect data when you explicitly allow it, and in an anonymous format.

We NEVER collect anything you type in password fields. Apple doesn't let us anyway. Due to Apple’s design of the third party keyboard platform, if you do not give “full access” permission in the settings, we will not collect any data whatsoever. Furthermore, when we do collect data, we ONLY do so when it will help enhance the functionality of our keyboard, allowing us to provide you with the best possible typing experience. If it doesn’t help improve the experience, we will not collect it.

What about that warning message in iOS when clicking “Allow Full Access” for the Dvorak Keyboard?

When you allow full access for the Dvorak Keyboard, you will encounter a pretty-scary-looking warning message stating "full access allows the developer to transmit anything you type, including things you have previously typed with this keyboard. This could include sensitive information such as your credit card number or street address."  (this alert appears for ANY third-party input method allowing full access).

The Dvorak Keyboard is designed NOT to receive or log such sensitive data. The only thing that gets saved are the User Preferences, and that's only within the Dvorak app, not the external keyboard.

So once again... we don't collect anything or send it anywhere. What would we want with your boring messages anyway?  :)

Withdrawing Consent

At any time you may withdraw consent of data collection by simply accessing the settings and disabling full access.


Periodically, we may make updates to this privacy policy, which will be posted on our web site and within our application. Please check these sources regularly to view our most recent policy.