Many Americans value their online privacy, taking extra steps to protect data, personal information and valuable details about their lives. One of the easiest ways to increase privacy is to delete your search history.
For some, this isn’t as easy of a task as it would seem. To delete your internet search history, you usually have to click around browser settings to find it. And that isn’t even taking into account how tricky it can be to delete your cache and cookies.
Fortunately, Google has just released a rather nifty way to clear your search history in just two steps. Here is how you do it but be aware that it is only available to iOS users for now and is coming to Android devices later this year.
Google Search is used by billions of people every day, and naturally, millions of sensitive questions are asked. To add an extra layer of protection, the search giant unveiled a new tool that iOS users can use to quickly make the last 15 minutes of their search history disappear.
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The tool won’t delete your history from the Chrome browser, though. It is only designed for the search history option in the Google app itself. If you have the Web & App Activity setting turned on,…