The Egg Savior game collects anonymous game usage data through Google Analytics. To further protect your identity, Egg Savior enables the anonymized IP option of the Google Analytics API.
The purpose of such collection is to understand how players interact with the game, in order to improve the gameplay experience. Don't worry, we don't know which of the collected analytics come from you, they are anonymous.
However, if you don't feel comfortable sending game data over the network, you can opt out in the Egg Savior app options. Just select Options from the main screen, and unselect Send anonymous gameplay data.
Please keep in mind that this data is extremely useful to improve Egg Savior for you and many other users.
When you decide to share your game results with friends, you can choose an optional nickname. The game never sends this information to Google Analytics. The nickname is saved in your device to ease future shares, and you can delete it yourself from the options anytime.
Sharing generates a URL that contains the nickname that you selected and the level results. When you share that URL, and some of your friends open it, an Egg Savior server renders it, and as with any other web server, logs the interaction.
You can request the removal of those logs from the Egg Savior servers. However, you should check the privacy policies of the sites where you share those URLs to see if you can also request the removal them from there. Unfortunately Egg Savior can't handle that for you.