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Jambog requires you to give it Facebook permissions. Jambog does not send any of this information to jambog.com or any other server except Facebook (obviously) – it’s only used to display it to you, or to do something you request on Facebook. You can read more about the privacy settings below.
Version: 1.0 build 110
Trial: 21 days Size: 3.59 MB
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 32 or 64 bit, Internet Connection, Facebook account.
Jambog is not currently available for Max OSX, but it does run just fine in a Parallels virtual machine.
Jambog does not contain any spyware, adware, or any other junk! It’s just any exe and a few sound files.
Jambog is spam free and does not ever automatically send anything to any of your friends, your wall, or anything else that’s annoying. It only sends stuff when you tell it to.
The Jambog application does not send any of this information to jambog.com or any other server except Facebook (obviously) – it’s only used to display it to you, or to do something you request on Facebook. Exception: E-mail address in crash report, see below.
Jambog needs these permissions so it can act on your behalf when “talking” to Facebook. The permissions window will show something like this:
Access my basic information – This is the basic minimal information that an app needs to access your account. Your friends list is used for our Friends window.
Send me email – The only time you will ever get an email from us is if a crash report contains your email address and we need to contact you for details or if we have an update for that crash. Your email is never shared, and it’s not even collected unless the application crashes and you decide to send the report.
Post to my Wall – This is used only when you do an Update Status or share a link. Jambog never posts anything that you haven’t typed. Facebook may however show your recent photo uploads on your wall, depending on your privacy settings.
Access messages in my inbox – Currently Jambog only uses this for Notification checking, but in the future it may be used to check for new Messages and Friend invites.
Questions? Please feel free to contact us.