After months-long wait; Google resumes updating its major iOS apps

After months-long wait; Google resumes updating its major iOS apps After months-long wait; Google resumes updating its major iOS apps

Google has returned to updating major iOS apps after months-long wait and rolled out an update to its YouTube app on iOS.

 It is the company’s first update since December.

According to 9to5Google, YouTube’s last update on iOS was on December 07 and latest update started to roll out on February 13.

“Fixed bugs, improved performance, drank way too much coffee,” says the updated version.

As it is just’a bug fix, it hints Gmail and other apps could get upgrades soon.

Back in December, Apple introduced new privacy policy labels on the App Store.

It is not certain but it is believed that Google had objections to Apple’s app privacy nutrition labels, but the company hasn’t had any objections.

The company stated that it would add the privacy details as it updated iOS apps, and quietly updated lower-profile YouTube apps (Music, Studio and TV) earlier in February.

Google can also push some features through server-side and web updates, apps like Chrome.

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