Google offers Meet for free in Zoom-killer race Watch Now Google has warned G Suite admins to tell their users to update multiple iOS and Android apps or else they could stop working on August 12, 2020. The issues affect G Suite customers and users of Google’s mobile apps with a personal Google account. Google is urging users to update the Classroom iOS app, as well as Docs, Drive, Sheets, and Slides on iOS and Android. Users should also update the Drive File Stream desktop app and the Gmail iOS app. SEE: Multicloud: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic) Google notes that versions of the apps released before December 2018 are more likely to be impacted by changes rolling out on August 12. “In 2018, we began making changes to our API and service infrastructure to improve performance and security. As a result of these changes, some older versions of G Suite desktop and mobile apps may stop working on August 12, 2020,” Google notes. Google doesn’t explain what those changes were, but as 9to5Google points out , they appear to be related to Google discontinuing support for the JSON-RPC protocol and global HTTP batch endpoints. It was scheduled to happen in… Read full this story
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