Google has announced that it is expanding its anti-phishing security checks in the Gmail app to iOS. A similar feature was introduced for the Android app back in May this year. The new feature will show iOS users a warning when they click on a suspicious link in a Gmail messages they receive on their iPhone or iPad. The warnings will be of two types. The first type will only offer caution to users before they choose to proceed and advises users to proceed only if they are confident that there is no risk. If the link is known to be dangerous, the message will be more direct, warning against visiting the original URL.
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