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Finally, Google Roll Out iOS App Updates

Google did not keep up-to-date with all of its iOS applications until November 2020, and now users are notified of a mistake when they sign up for a Gmail account "this app is outdated." Fortunately, the problem of iOS applications can now be solved. Updates to Gmail for iOS users, and other Meet Calendar, Docs, Tasks, and Updates applications were launched by Google. These updates support iOS 14 applications and fix the moderate bug as well.

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Finally, Google Roll Out iOS App Updates after 3 months

Any Google applications for iOS users were not updated until November. Google has stopped updating iOS apps due to Apple's new privacy labels on the App Store. Apple has set the Policy on 8 December 2020, because developers have an obligation to communicate in their application databases, which can be connected to the user's identity, how user data can be collected and managed. This includes browsing, location, contact address, information, user information, search history and other data for Gmail.

Finally, Google Roll Out iOS App Updates

After publishing their App Privacy Label, Facebook was blamed for preventing Google from posting app privacy labels for iOS applications. Last month, Google dismissed any report and said the company would announce iOS app updates in a couple of weeks. Many of the obsolete apps of iOS began to send error notices to customers when Gmail notified users of an outdated Gmail application earlier this month.

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Notifications got, "Update this app, you do not have the latest security patches in the version you are using to keep you secure. If you see this, 'Continue'."


Gmail and other iOS apps received an update approximately three months ago; several other Google apps also require an update. Even so, Google sent a message updating a common iOS app, which means that it can not avoid the Privacy Labels of the Apple App Store and has started to update to iOS applications.

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