One of Chrome's more useful features has landed on Google's iOS app.
It now has an incognito mode, just like the browser, so you can search privately.
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The update, rolled out with the latest app update, allows you to open new incognito sessions directly from the app. As with Chrome, an incognito session in the Google app allows you to browse and search privately without your history being saved.
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Incognito Mode for Allo was one of the features Google showed off at IO earlier this summer. This mode allows you to have encrypted conversations with private notifications and expiring messages.
Incognito mode comes to Google's iOS app, along with video integration for your secret search sessions.
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