2)Apps that you’ve used (if you own an Android device)
3)Everything you’ve asked your Google device (if you own a Google device)
4)Every video you’ve watched on YouTube
5)Every comment you have left on YouTube
6)All Gmail files, downloads, emails and even drafts
Location: It is not just tracking where you’ve been but the date, time of day, travel time and amount of time spent at each location. On Google Fit, it tracks how many steps you’ve taken, anytime you walked or worked out and how long.
Apps: Google is also collecting information off your apps that you have agreed to let it obtain like Uber and Spotify. This includes extensions of the app, especially Messenger so that it sees who you are talking to on Facebook, what times you are most active and even what time you go to sleep.
Google Photos: Google photos stores information about where you took the photos, when and who you were with. If you pull up Google photos this should be no surprise as it starts to categorize the people and things in the photo. IE. I can now search “my dog” and it will bring up all the pictures of my dog.
Google Calendar: Google calendar tracks all events you attended and when. Google stores search history across all your devices on a separate database, so even if you delete your search history and phone history, Google will still everything until you delete off all devices.
Automatic fill-ins online like passwords and credit card information are all stored and saved in Google’s database as well. Including every purchase made with these and logins made with the passwords.