At TramitApp we use our own and third-party cookies in order to improve your user experience, improve our services and show you the advertising that best suits your preferences. Below is our intention to detail precisely what cookies are, what we use them for and what it means to accept them. Also how you can modify your settings or disable them.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a small piece of data sent by a website and stored in the user’s browser to allow the website to verify previous user activity.
Cookies are an essential part of how our website works. The main objective of our cookies is to improve your browsing experience. For example, our cookies store your preferences (language, country, etc.) while you browse so that they can be remembered when you visit them in the future.
The data collected by cookies allows us to improve the website by estimating usage patterns, adapting the website to the individual interests of users, speeding up searches, etc.
TYPES OF COOKIES:
Technical cookies make it easier for the user to navigate the website and use the different options or services offered on the website. They identify each session, allow access to certain areas, simplify orders, purchases, registrations and filling in forms, offer security and make other functionalities available (videos, social networks, etc.).
Personalization cookies allow users to access services based on their personal preferences (language, browser settings, etc.).
Analysis cookies allow anonymous analysis of the behavior of website users and measure user activity. They also allow browsing profiles to be prepared with the ultimate goal of improving websites.
Advertising cookies allow the administration of the website’s advertising space based on user behavior and browsing habits, which form a user profile that allows the ads displayed on the user’s browser to be customized.
WHAT KIND OF COOKIES DO WE USE IN TRAMITAPP?
Technical cookies : This type of cookie provides information about the use made by users of the website, such as the pages they visit and any technical problems they may have when accessing them. These cookies do not allow users to be identified, since the data they collect is anonymous and is used only to improve the design and navigation of the page, usage statistics, etc. They allow the website to function according to the preferences of the users.
Session cookies : this type of cookie is created when a user of the website registers or logs in. It saves the data required during the session and the changes related to it, and also determines whether or not you are registered on the website.
Personalization cookies : this type of cookie personalizes the functions or content of the website based on the data obtained from the browser.
Analysis cookies : this type of cookie is used for statistical purposes. The data is used to measure website activity using Google Analytics, a free website analysis tool provided by Google that primarily enables website owners to learn how users interact with their website. This website analysis tool stores a number of cookies on your computer for the sole purpose of compiling statistics.
Reference cookies: this type of cookie allows us to know whether or not you have visited our website before. The lack of information stored in a preference cookie may make your experience of using the website less smooth, but it should not stop it from working.
Process cookies : this type of cookie allows the website to function and offer the services expected by users who access the site, such as browsing web pages or accessing secure areas.