After the Facebook data leak, a new controversy related to Gmail has surfaced, in which your inbox can be accessed in Gmail via the third-party app. Gmail is used by students studying in college and users using Android smartphones in any part of the world. From social media accounts to net banking services, people use Gmail.
In such a situation, if Google allows Gmail to be read to anyone else, then there is a risk of data theft. Gmail has 1.4 billion users worldwide, so you can follow these 6 steps to avoid access to third-party apps in your Gmail account.
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Step 1:- First log in to your Google Account and click on Privacy.
Step 2:- After that click on the Overview.
Step 3:- Here you will see the Sign in and Security option.
Step 4:- Then click on Apps with Account Access.
Step 5:- Here you will see the option of the Manage Apps, click on it.
Step 6:- After this you will see the linked app from the account, click on it. After this, you can click on Remote Access.
With the help of these 6 easy steps, you can remove all third party apps linked to your account and keep your Google account secure.
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