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If you value your privacy, you might want to delete this Google app from your iPhone

If you value your privacy, you might want to delete this Google app from your iPhone
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More than ever, users expect their electronics to keep their data private. Apple is at the forefront of the latest privacy push, with the iPhone maker having introduced various features to improve privacy and security over the years. The app privacy labels and anti-tracking features built into iOS 14 are the best examples of what improved privacy looks like. iOS 15 adds a few more notable privacy improvements as well, including a VPN-like service that will be bundled with the premium iCloud+ subscription.

Called Private Relay, the new service will make it impossible for advertisers to track iPhone and iPad users browsing the web on Safari. Private Relay is even better than a regular VPN service, as the companies (Apple and a third-party provider) that anonymize and encrypts the internet traffic can’t see that traffic. Some VPN providers might be privy to that personal information; that’s why Private Relay is a better alternative to protecting users’ privacy. But if you value your privacy and plan to use Smart Relay when iOS 15 rolls out of beta, you might have to delete a great Google app from your iPhone.

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