Some of Google's popular apps are widely used by iPhone users, including Gmail, Google Search, Photos, Docs and YouTube. The privacy label on the Gmail app indicates that the app collects users' contact details, user content and other information. Google Apps also collects your location data for analytics. The privacy label will be added after the app is updated, Google explained. As updated to fix bugs with new features from Google's iOS app, it will also get user label updates. The page listing includes new privacy details. This label protects data from almost all sites from which data can be stored. According to a company blog, Google Products provides services through your data. You can control your privacy settings by visiting your Google Account or Google Products used on iOS. However, Google has added a label to the Gmail app without rolling out an update. So far, more than a dozen Google apps feature privacy labels, but not as popular as Gmail or YouTube. The list includes Stadia, Google Translate, Google, Authenticator, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Classroom, Google Fiber, Google Fiber TV, Ware OS, Ondoo for Diabetes, Project Baseline, Google Smart Lock, Motion Steels - GIF, Collage etc. Is. Apple announced last year that all app developers are required to add privacy labels to their apps. The label tells users which app is collecting how much data from which user. However most developers have followed Apple's new guidelines.