After the Facebook data leak, a new controversy related to G-Mail has surfaced, in which your inbox can be accessed in G-Mail via the third-party app. G-mail 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 G-Mail.
In such a situation, if Google allows G-Mail to be read to anyone else, then there is a risk of data theft. G-Mail has 1.4 billion users worldwide, so you can follow these 6 steps to avoid access to third-party apps in your G-Mail account.
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.