Google introduces incognito mode, watch videos in search and more on iOS

iOS Incognito Mode

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This is perhaps the Google week. Earlier this week the search engine giant has introduced multiple features and services and now the company has added three new features in iPhone that will keep your app more private, video-friendly and some improvements under the hood of your app.

Everyone wish to keep their searches secret. That’s why Google added incognito mode in the app that have ability to search privately. You need to turn on incognito mode from the settings, whatever you search or browse will not save in history. And for security purpose, you can enable their Touch ID for incognito mode. This ensure that only you can login your existing incognito session, if you sign out from the app.

Google already has incognito mode on Android and users by switching the tabs in the Chrome app can search securely. Now the same feature will power the iOS users to keep their search results safe.

Not only that, Google has introduced another very interesting feature for the YouTube lovers. Now users on their iOS devices can watch videos right on the YouTube videos search results. During watching the videos, no new web pages will display and decrease load time and securely hide your searches.

Furthermore, the Silicon Valley tech major made some improvements under the hood of your app. These updates will make the app twice as reliable and less likely to crash, which means more searches and fewer sighs.

Source: Google Inside Search

Google introduces incognito mode, watch videos in search and more on iOS