Google has added iOS’s privacy labels to Gmail

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Google has finally added Apple App Store privacy labels to its Gmail app. The app is the second major Google app to get the labels, after they were added to Youtube.

The app shares your user ID and coarse location with advertisers, as well as information about your interaction with advertisements. Though the privacy label states that it doesn’t collect your name, physical address or phone number.

Location data is also used for analytics and there are some features of the app that will request that as well.

So far, Google’s other apps such as Photos, Docs, Maps and Chrome haven’t gotten the labels yet. But the development that both Youtube and Gmail have had them means that Google is starting to roll them out to its bigger apps.


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