Apple has launched a new page on its website to collect the privacy labels of all its apps. It doesn’t matter if they are included as standard on devices or downloaded from the App Store. (where these labels also appear) If you visit the official website of the company, you can see exactly what information apps use and for what purpose.
Transparency is the best policy
With this headline, Apple welcomes us to the page. For now, this section is only available in English, but hopefully, it will soon be translated into other languages too.
“Our privacy labels are designed to help you understand how apps handle your data, including apps we develop at Apple. This page brings privacy labels for our iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS apps together in one place,” the company indicates.
Apple’s new page shows the privacy labels from A to Z
It is a really easy-to-use tool. You can see a list of all apps, sorted alphabetically. Clicking on any of them expands the section and displays exactly the same information we find in the App Store. A tap on See Details allows us to see the precise details of the information.