Your Android smartphone keeps track of all the searches you make on Google and any website you visit through Chrome in the history. Most of the time, that is not a problem but the problem is that we tend to forget it. In addition, not everyone always thinks of surfing in private navigation. Fortunately, there is an unstoppable way to delete this history.
When you lend your cell phone, have friends or an indiscreet spouse, or simply because you want to protect your privacy on Android, you would sometimes like to keep your searches on the internet confidential. For this, there is the incognito mode of Chrome but which unfortunately can potentially prevent certain applications from working.
When you have already visited several sites and do not want it to be known (we know what you are thinking, gangs of rascals), it is always possible to delete your Google history on Android. The method is extremely simple.
Android: how to delete all Google browsing history
Delete all history
To delete all of your history:
- Go to this link *
- Open the menu by pressing the three small dots at the top right
- If you want to delete everything, go to Delete options> Advanced> Entire period
- touch Remove and confirm
Remove only some items
To delete only certain items:
- Go to this link *
- Check the box next to the item (s) you want to remove from your history
- When you check a box, a bar is displayed at the top with a big Delete written in blue
- Tap on it to delete the selected items
Note that you can easily find old history items by simply clicking on the calendar at the top and selecting a date.
Delete recent items
To delete quickly the most recent research:
- Tap the search field: the most recent searches are displayed
- Long press on the search you want to delete
- Touch on OK
* You can also access this page by going to your browser settings on Android, then going to the page Account & Privacy> Google Account History> Web activity> Manage history.
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