Developers can now generate App Clip codes, update privacy ‘nutrition labels’

Following the release of iOS 14.3 on Monday, Apple announced developers are now able to take advantage of App Clips and app privacy “nutrition labels,” two features that expand the utility and security of the company’s mobile platform.
Announced at WWDC 2020 in June, App Clips are bite-sized versions of apps that provide users easy access to core software features without a large download.For example, a user can quickly pay for a meal or rent a scooter by scanning a special App Clip code, downloading a small part of a third-party app from the App Store and completing the transaction. The process is triggered by the Camera app, an NFC tag, Safari banner, Messages link and Place Cards in Maps, and integrates with platform tools like Apple Pay and Sign in with Apple.

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