One absolute doozy of a requirement kicks in if the app stores user data on a third party server. Google will now require those apps to pass a third party security audit, which the app developer must pay for. According to the company, the cost may range from $15,000 to $75,000 or more depending on the size and complexity of the application. The message here seems to be Dont store Google user data on your server. Google is locking down API access to Gmail data and later, Drive data soon, and...

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