It was short enough I actually skimmed / read the Terms before pressing the Continue. Surprisingly there was no easy option to not continue. I suppose for me the phone back button would have been the option.
I wish all app developers who are collecting data for use would simplify their terms and privacy policies. I'm sure there were more detailed versions of both somewhere on the Elite HRV app site and in app although I didn't attempt to read any more.
I can't understand the ridiculousness of expecting users to 'read' and agree to the terms when there are pages and pages and pages of information. Why bother? I wonder what percentage would have even gone past the first "page" of the terms of things like when you first load up an iPhone? I know they have the option of emailing the terms to yourself but you have already agreed at that point even if you do end up reading the 100+ (app) pages of terms!
Often called "clickwrap" there is the implication that you have read it if you click the button (in this case the "Continue" link.
We, as everyday users, have to rely on the good will of the organisations that build the app. What about the Face App (the one that creates an "older" version of people) which seems to have terms indicating they can store and use the data - even after you have long deleted the app -- and the developers are based in Russia?! Eeek! I got wrapped up in that too.
If everyone had to create simple English terms which were agreed to it would make the app world a better place!