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Incognito Mode For Google Maps Launches On Android

Previously this month Google declared that its new feature of Incognito mode for Maps had began to launch, and now it might be here on your Android machines. Media underlines a support page post from this week’s indicating that the launch has started in earnest. While it might take quite some days to get to everybody (iOS support is still pending and will come soon), if it is accessible for you, then turning it on only needs a few steps:

  • Start the app
  • Click on your profile image
  • Select “Turn on Incognito mode”

It is not something you will wish to employ all the time as some functions will be turned off, and it is essential to note that it does not disable all tracking. The places you go will not be stored in your Location History (if you have that turned on), your searches will not be stored in your account and it will not employ your data to customize the experience. Yet, you can be traced by other apps, ISPs, or if you are employing Google services and Assistant.

Same as the incognito on Chrome, it is more helpful as a depersonalized look at suggestions as compared to a privacy full-fledged protector, and a method to make certain that whatever you are hunting for in this instance does not impact your suggestions later—do not be concerned, we are not judging.

On a related note, you no longer require a handset running on Android to report traffic trouble and accidents in Google Maps. Google has conveyed reporting of road incident to iOS, allowing you flag issues without turning to an app such as Waze. Whichever platform you employ, Google is also extending the range of reportable accidents to add construction, lane closures, disabled cars, and objects on the streets.

David Stillwell
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