Apple restores Google’s own internal iPhone apps after privacy brouhaha

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On Thursday evening, Apple restored Google’s access to its own internal iOS apps, just hours after it made a similar move with Facebook’s private iPhone apps.

“We can confirm our internal corporate apps have been restored,” Anaik von der Weid, a Google spokeswoman, emailed Ars just after 8pm Pacific Time.

For less than a day, Apple had briefly revoked Google’s iOS certificate that enabled those private apps to conduct various internal business such as company shuttles, food menus, as well as pre-release beta testing, and more.

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