When I open some of my apps in iTunesConnect, I see that they are require privacy policy now (the app become edited, Save button is active, privacy policy field is highlighted): enter image description here I have this problem only for particular apps. It started after iOS 10.3 update. Did I missed changes in iTunes Connect?

  • Do you collect any user data in your app? – fsb Apr 11 '17 at 21:03
  • @fsb, no, I don't. – kelin Apr 11 '17 at 21:03

Sorry, I found answer by myself:


Apps that collect user or usage data must have a privacy policy and secure user consent for the collection. This includes—but isn’t limited to—apps that implement HealthKit or other health/medical technologies, HomeKit, Keyboard extensions, Apple Pay, Stickers and iMessage extensions, include a login, or access user data from the device (e.g. location, contacts, calendar, etc.).

My app is using HealthKit for workouts on Apple Watch (but not collect any data).

  • I should've been more specific, health kit actually does collect user data whether you're using it or not. – fsb Apr 11 '17 at 23:59

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