Google has refreshed the Gmail iOS application for the first time in months, alongside Meet, Sheets, Docs, Calendar and Tasks. Besides Tasks presently supporting widgets on iOS 14, these are minor updates revolved around bug fixes and performance enhancements.
It’s the first time Google has turned out new versions of these applications since Apple began constraining third-party developers to submit privacy nutrition labels. It updated a few YouTube applications in February.
Some other significant Google iOS applications are as yet on ice, be that as it may. The organization hasn’t rolled out any improvements to the Chrome application since November.
Google revealed the latest version of the Drive iOS application on December 7th, the day before Apple made the privacy labels mandatory. The Drive App Store page currently incorporates a privacy label, however Chrome’s doesn’t.
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No California Times journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.