Google announced a while ago that it is testing a new feature to protect Chrome browser users’ data across iOS smartphones and devices.
The company indicated that the new feature that it began testing with a specific number of smart phone owners will enable users of Chrome browsers via phones to activate the incognito mode, meaning that the user will be able to close the browser and the tabs it uses by relying on Face ID or fingerprint technology. ID, so that no one else can access that data.
When this feature is activated, the browser will automatically hide the open tabs when it is closed directly, and those signs will not appear on the screen until the user’s identity is confirmed through the techniques mentioned previously.
To take advantage of this feature on iPhones, the user will have to open the Chrome browser and then press the three points that appear on the right of the home page from the top, then the Setting option, then the Privacy option, and then press the Lock Incognito tabs option when you close Chrome.
Google has recently endeavored to provide its browser with many new technologies to attract the largest number of users, especially as other Microsoft or Mozilla browsers have seen remarkable leaps in terms of features in the past two years.