The App Store privacy tags have been in place since last December, and Apple now offers developers additional guidance on the policy.
Approximately 2 months after the launch of the new App Store privacy tags last December, Apple has released additional guidance for developers to better understand the information required for App Store privacy tags. It also included more information about data types, data collected and data entered by users on the company developer page.
Additional guidance for privacy tags
Apple began requiring apps to list their privacy information on the App Store in December 2020. The company said this feature is important for users to better understand how apps use their data. Despite the feature being available, some developers have not yet added tags to their apps.
On the Apple Developer website: “Additional details on completing your App Store privacy tags, including more information on types of data and game content such as email or text messages. Also, data collected in web views and documents or other file by users. You will find more information about data that can be entered into types. ” gave his statements.
The supplementary guide released by Apple explains how developers should fill out the privacy report if the app or game has web views, collects users’ IP addresses, and even offers multiplayer matches.