4. Web and App Activity
This shows the user search and browsing history on Chrome and other Google apps. Also, Google registers every ad the user has clicked on. This report provides a good insight into your interests.
5. Account Activity
This summary provides an overview of all your activity across all Google products, including Android, Gmail, Google Maps, Blogger, Drive, Google Plus, Photos, YouTube, Google Analytics, Google AdSense and more.
6. Device Information
It includes information about the devices you own but also your contacts, calendar and apps. Google not only stores information about your current devices but also the ones you owned previously.
7. YouTube Search History
A history of your YouTube searches. You can choose to switch it off. Video recommendations will no longer be based on your search history.
8. YouTube Watch History
A history of your watched videos. You can also access this directly from YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/feed/history). By switching it off, your video recommendations will no longer be based on your watch history.
9. Apps and Extensions
This report shows apps and extensions currently accessing your Google data. It is a good idea to check the list periodically in search of unwanted or potentially malicious software.
10. Data Account Export
Takeout allows users to download all their Google data with just one click. The resulting file includes everything we have mentioned before and more: personal information, activity, photos, documents, geolocation, emails, social media posts, etc. This is the most comprehensive report, it exports everything Google knows about you.