Third Party App Access, as the name suggests when you authorize a particular App to access your Gmail account or social media account. For simple Sign-In, Google allows third party apps to use your Gmail account. We also authorize lots of Apps to use our Gmail account without much thought as the process is quite simple and quick. This type of access is always permanent and that third party app kept on collecting your data even if you are not using the app. No doubt Google has strict policies regarding third party access but still what the third party can do with your data is always doubtful. Hence monitoring or reviewing the same is a must especially in case of Apps that we are not using for long. Here in this article, I will tell you how to remove third party app access from Gmail.
How to remove third party App access from Gmail Account on Android Phone
- Open Settings on your device and tap on “Google”
- Here on next page you will see your linked Gmail account, tap on Account services
- Now click on Apps connected. On the next page system will display all the Apps which are connected to your Gmail account.
- Review all the Apps connected with your Gmail account. If you find any app dubious simply click on the app and select disconnect.
How to remove third party app access from Gmail Account on PC
- Open Gmail In a web browser on your PC and log in using your credentials
- Now click on the logo as shown in below picture and select Account from drop down option
- A new window will appear, select Security from left panel
- Now under security tab check for Third-party app with account access and click on manage third party app access
- On the next page, you will find the Apps or website which connected to your Gmail account. To revoke the access simply click on that App or website and select Remove Access