1. Apple Users May Spend More on Non-Gaming Mobile Apps by 2024: Sensor Tower  Gadgets 360
  2. Apple users may spend more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024: Report  HT Tech
  3. Apple users may spend more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024 - report  Reuters
  4. Google has finally added iOS’s privacy labels to Gmail  The Verge
  5. Google updates Gmail for iOS with widgets and privacy 'nutrition' label  AppleInsider
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Apple's customers may end up spending more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024, data analytics firm Sensor Tower said, as lockdown lifestyles result in users looking beyond games to apps that help with more essential services.Downloads of business, education, health, and fitness apps have seen a sharp spike due to the stay-at-home measures during the health crisis.

Apple Users May Spend More on Non-Gaming Mobile Apps by 2024: Sensor Tower | Technology News

Downloads of business, education, health and fitness apps have seen a sharp spike due to the stay-at-home measures during the health crisis.Downloads of business, education, health and fitness apps have seen a sharp spike due to the stay-at-home measures during the health crisis.

Apple users may spend more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024: Report

Apple Inc's customers may end up spending more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024, data analytics firm SensorTower said on Monday, as lockdown lifestyles result in users looking beyond games to apps that help with more essential services.Apple Inc's customers may end up spending more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024, data analytics firm SensorTower said on Monday, as lockdown lifestyles result in users looking beyond games to apps that help with more essential services.

Apple users may spend more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024 - report | Reuters

Google has added the privacy information required by Apple’s App Store to its Gmail app for iOS. The addition comes seven weeks after the company promised to add the labels to its apps.It’s the second major Google app to get the privacy labels

Google has finally added iOS’s privacy labels to Gmail - The Verge

After going months without an update, Google's Gmail app for iOS was refreshed on Monday with support for widgets. More importantly, the revision delivered long-awaited information regarding the app's collection of user data.After going months without an update, Google's Gmail app for iOS was refreshed on Monday with support for widgets. More importantly, the revision delivered long-awaited information regarding the app's collection of user data.

Google updates Gmail for iOS with widgets and privacy 'nutrition' label | AppleInsider

Apple on Monday announced integration of App Clips analytics data in App Store Connect, allowing developers to study how users engage with the new iOS 14 feature.Apple on Monday announced integration of App Clips analytics data in App Store Connect, allowing developers to study how users engage with the new iOS 14 feature.

Developers can now access App Clips analytics data in App Store Connect | AppleInsider

Google is warning that, as of April, the older Google Pay apps on Android, iOS, and web will no longer be able to send and receive money.Google is warning that, as of April, the older Google Pay apps on Android, iOS, and web will no longer be able to send and receive money.

Old Google Pay Android app to lose P2P transfers, more - 9to5Google

A new market forecast predicts app spending will reach $270 billion by the year 2025, including paid downloads, in-app purchases and subscriptions. According to data from Sensor Tower, in-app spending will return to pre-pandemic levels of stable growth over the next few years, downloads will continue to grow and, perhaps most notably, it’s predicting app […]A new market forecast predicts app spending will reach $270 billion by the year 2025, including paid downloads, in-app purchases and subscriptions. According to data from Sensor Tower, in-app spending will return to pre-pandemic levels of stable growth over the next few years, downloads will continue to grow and, perhaps most notably, it’s predicting app […]

App spending to reach $270B by 2025, new forecast predicts – TechCrunch

App spending to reach $270B by 2025, new forecast predicts – TechCrunch

Google has finally updated the iOS version of its Gmail app after three months. With the update, the app now has its App Privacy Label listed in the App Store. The label reveals the user data than an app can collect which could link to the iPhone user's ID.Google has finally updated the iOS version of its Gmail app after three months. With the update, the app now has its App Privacy Label listed in the App Store. The label reveals the user data than an app can collect which could link to the iPhone user's ID.

Google finally updates the Gmail for iOS app after three months - PhoneArena

Pandemic changes usage habits.

Apple users may spend more on non-gaming mobile apps by 2024 - Software - iTnews

Google today quietly added App Privacy labels to its Gmail app, marking the first of its major apps to receive the privacy details aside from...Google today quietly added App Privacy labels to its Gmail app, marking the first of its major apps to receive the privacy details aside from...

Google Finally Adds App Privacy Labels to Gmail App - MacRumors

Google Play now lets users share apps with others. Here’s how to share apps on Google Play

Google Play adds the ability to share apps: Here’s how | Laptop Mag

A bill that could force Apple and Google to allow third-party payment platforms for in-app purchases on the App Store has been introduced in Arizona and is slated for a vote in the state's House of Representatives.A bill that could force Apple and Google to allow third-party payment platforms for in-app purchases on the App Store has been introduced in Arizona and is slated for a vote in the state's House of Representatives.

Arizona bill could force smartphone App Stores to allow third-party payment systems | AppleInsider

The state legislature has received national attention regarding a bill that would have allowed businesses and software developers to sidestep fees from Apple and Google.The state legislature has received national attention regarding a bill that would have allowed businesses and software developers to sidestep fees from Apple and Google.

Lofty big tech bill fails in ND Senate, but could make its way to other states