Google rolls out an update for Google Maps, version 5.65, following the update that included App Privacy labels for App Store. The new update comes with some bug fixes, improving the Google Maps app on iOS.
Thanks for using Google Maps! This release brings bug fixes that improve our product to help you discover new places and navigate to them.
Apple asked developers to include app updates with App Privacy labels beginning from December, last year. Google didn’t implement App Privacy labels until February, and apps were left without an update for months.
Back in April, Google Maps received an update on the App Privacy labels along with Google Photos. Moving forward with iOS 14.5, Apple will require apps to display the App Tracking Transparency prompt to get user’s permission to allow them to track user data.
Google Maps lets you navigate over 220 countries and gives you real-time GPS navigation, traffic, and public transport information. You can download Google Maps for free from the App Store.
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