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If you use Xcode, you’ll probably understand what Xsoap does. Xsoap is a small utility app for a single purpose: cleaning the DerivedData folder used by Xcode.
Xsoap lives in your menu bar as a tiny window with one big button for achieving such task. It can also be activated by setting up a keyboard shortcut in its preferences.
As a developer, cleaning DerivedData has never been easier!
Note: Please do not clean your Derived Data when you’re building, running, or directly using your project in any manner. Xcode will thank you for it!
Last Updated: 2021-03-18
Information Collection and Usage
1. No personal information other than crash reports and anonymous metrics are collected by the apps via the App Store. These are used specifically for improving the apps or fixing any possible bugs related to said crashes.
2. When you choose to link an account for a supported third-party service, your login information and password is always handled by the official SDKs of those services and are never kept or accessed by the apps.
3. If you choose any of the available contact options for support requests or other form of correspondence, your email is never shared with any third-party or used for anything else than to reply to your query.
4. No data used by the apps is ever sent to or stored on any of our servers.
Third Party Content and Links
Some apps have the option to link a user account from a third-party service provider in order to expand on the user experience.We have no responsibility or liability for the content or activities of these third-party services.These third-party services have their own privacy policies and user agreements.
Supported Third Party Services for Each App
Fileup for macOS: DropboxSidefari for iOS: NoneXsoap for macOS: None
Questions About This Policy
You may contact us to ask any questions about this policy.
Changes to this Policy
If the policy is changed at some point, the lastest date when it was changed shall be dispayed at the top, where it says Last Updated.