Status: February 2021

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small data files that are sent to your browser when you visit a website. We use cookies at various times and for various purposes:

  • When you sign up for our services
  • To save your preferences
  • To secure your account
  • To analyze user behavior and improve our services based on the results

For advertising our services, we collaborate with other service providers who may install cookies on your device. Cookies provide insights into the interests of the device user to display more relevant advertisements.

Does Evermood use cookies?

Yes, we use cookies and similar technologies such as tracking pixels and web beacons. We use both session cookies and persistent cookies. We place and use our own cookies on the domains operated by us. Additionally, we use third-party cookies like Google Analytics.

How are cookies used for advertising purposes?

Cookies and other advertising technologies such as beacons, pixels, and tags help us display content on Evermood more effectively to users. They also assist us in creating aggregated audit and analysis reports and inform us about the content that has been shown to you.

How can you disable cookies?

Some users prefer not to allow cookies. Some browsers allow you to set cookie preferences for each individual website, giving you precise control over your privacy and data.

For more information on managing cookies, see the corresponding help pages of the browser providers.

If you're using another browser, please read your browser's documentation.

Furthermore, you can opt out of interest-based targeting from all participating ad servers through the Digital Advertising Alliance at On your iPhone, iPad, or Android device, you can also change your device settings to control whether you see interest-based online ads or not.

Does Evermood respond to do-not-track signals?

Our websites and services do not collect personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across third-party websites or online services. Therefore, Do-Not-Track signals transmitted by web browsers do not apply to our websites or services, and we do not change our data collection and usage practices after receiving such a signal.