There is still no sign of privacy labels for most Google iOS apps

Since December 8, Apple has required developers to submit new apps and app updates to provide privacy label informationon that outlines the data each app collects from users when it is installed.

Many app developers, like Facebook, have joined and now include privacy labels along with their apps, but there’s one notable outlier: Google.

Google hasn’t updated its core apps like Gmail, Google Maps, Chrome, and YouTube since December 7 or earlier, and most of Google’s apps haven’t been updated with the Privacy Label feature.

Google Translate, Google Authenticator, Motion Stills, Google Play Movies, and Google Classroom apps include privacy labels even though they haven’t been updated recently, but Google search app, Google Maps, Chrome, Waze, YouTube, Google Drive, Google Photos, Google Home, Gmail, Google Docs, Google Assistant, Google Sheets, Google Calendar, Google Slides, Google One, Google Earth, YouTube Music, Hangouts, Google Tasks, …

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