Google Play Data Safety: What it Means for Your Android Apps
Google Play has now officially launched its data transparency requirements for Android applications.
Google requires app owners to follow guidelines by July 20th. Requirements include properly disclosing the data their app collects, if and how it’s shared with third parties, the app’s security practices, and more.
Similar to Apple’s “nutrition labels,” the new area of the Play Store will show users the types of data an Android app is accessing and whether or not it is sharing it with third parties. The critical differences in Google’s new requirements centered around a greater focus on data handling and trust, while giving developers the ability to show they are following best practices in data security.
Watch this on-demand webinar with Mobile App experts to learn the following:
- Understand Google Play’s specific requirements and the benefits of data transparency
- Key differences between Google Play Data Safety and Apple iOS Nutrition Label Requirements
- Understand the potential outcomes of non-compliance
- How to prepare for the July 20th deadline using OneTrust’s scanning functionality