Google to roll out ‘Incognito Mode’ in Google maps

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Search engine giant Google will roll out ‘Incognito Mode’ in Google maps in order to provide its users with more privacy and security. Google rolled out the ‘Incognito Mode’ first in Google Chrome in 2008.

With this new feature of ‘Incognito Mode’, when a user uses the maps, the activity data will not be saved in the user’s Google account. However, user will able to get the personalised experience while operating the feature in the incognito mode.

In addition to that, Google also launched another security feature of Password Checkup, inform users if their accounts have been compromised or if any of their passwords are weak.

Moreover, Google is likely to add its auto-delete feature to its video search engine platform YouTube which will allow the users to set a definite time after which the browsing data from the history will be auto deleted.

Also in the coming time, the search engine giant will also roll out an option to delete voice assistant activity just with a voice command: “Hey Google, delete the last thing I said to you.”

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