Incognito mode added to Google Search for iOS

If you are one of those that like to privately surf the web and prefer the app for Google Search instead of the others browsers like Chrome and Safari that are standalone browsers, then you might fancy the latest update that has been introduces as “incognito mode” available on iOS Google Search app by simply making use of Touch ID as well as other changes that have been made.

It is true that the private browsing option is available in many browsers, however, this feature has been lacking in the Google’s app even with many users of iPhone preferring to make use of their browsers.

The app ranks a little higher than Chrome browser and is ranking 2nd Utility and coming in at number 30 overall while Chrome comes in at 3rd and is occupying the 34th position in the iTunes App Store Overall, respectively.

In order to be able to make use of the new private feature, you go to the option and toggle on incognito mode when you get to the Settings if you intend to keep the history of your browsing saved. You can also go to the incognito mode and make use of Touch ID making it impossible for anyone else to re-enter your last incognito session.

You can also open another incognito mode by making use of the 3D Touch found on the app icon.

This new addition is the biggest arrival in the app although Google says other tweaks have been done. The company said there have been improvements in performance and stability on iOS 10 doubling the reliability of the app just like the version earlier.

There is another feature added to it which is the ability to be able to watch YouTube videos while you are still in the search results without needing to open a YouTube app. All these update is live and running and available on App Store.