Google Has Updated 38 Apps On iOS With Privacy Nutrition Labels

Google has updated the listings of its most popular apps for iPhone and iPad with Privacy Nutrition labels, four months after Apple rolled out the requirement for app developers.

It took Google until February to begin adding privacy labels to its apps. YouTube and Gmail were the first apps to receive privacy labels and now, the vast majority of Google-owned applications have been updated to display the data it keeps that is linked to you.

All data that Google collects is listed in the App Store listing of its apps. It’s not clear why Google took so long to update its apps on iPhone and iPad but many users made the assumption that the company had to audit the data each of its applications was collecting.

A full list of updated apps (38 in total, at the time of writing) and their respective download links is below.

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