If you\u2019re unsure how much apps are digging into your personal data, Apple has a new solution for you. Get ready to embrace Record App Activity, a somewhat hidden feature on the new iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 mobile operating systems. As reported by ZDNet, the new iOS update allows users to see what their installed apps are doing with your location data, photos, camera, microphone and the domains the apps are communicating with. You have to turn on this feature, however. It\u2019s simply going to Settings > Privacy and then scrolling down to Record App Activity and turning it to \u201con.\u201d This will record a seven-day summary of what your apps are doing. New privacy and app activity reports allow have arrived on iOS15 Apple As Apple\u2019s developer\u2019s site notes: \u201cThe system keeps a record \u2014 stored only on the user\u2019s device \u2014 of the last seven days of app activity.\u201d Other privacy features introduced in iOS 15, iPadOS\u00a015, macOS\u00a0Monterey and watchOS\u00a08 include Mail Privacy Protection (which stops senders from using invisible pixels to collect information about the user), an enhanced Intelligent Tracking Prevention (which now hides a user\u2019s IP address from trackers), processing of audio of Siri requests only locally on your devices, and iCloud\u2019s Private Relay feature (which makes all traffic leaving a\u00a0user\u2019s device encrypted). More Like This Deal: The First Discounts for Apple\u2019s New iPads Are Already Here Why You Need to Update Your iPhone (and Other Apple Devices) Immediately 5 Takeaways From the Apple 2021 Livestream Event Thanks for reading InsideHook. Sign up for our daily newsletter and be in the know. The post The Best Feature of iOS 15? You Can Track Apps That Are Spying on You. appeared first on InsideHook.