How To Use Google Private Mode On Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus

If you use your Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus to browse the web, and don’t want Google tracking and saving any search queries, it is a smart idea to use “Private Mode” to surf the Internet. Private Mode will not save any of your searches or browsing history. It will not remember passwords, logins, or any other similar information.

Private Mode on the Galaxy S20 can be described as a killswitch. It will not remember what you clicked or viewed during your session. Private Mode does not delete cookies. Cookies are stored on your device regardless if Incognito Tab is enabled.

How do I turn ON private mode:

  • Turn on your smartphone.
  • Go to Google Chrome browser.
  • Select the 3-dot symbol in the upper right corner.
  • Click on “New Incognito Tab” to open a new black screen.

There are many other browsers that work with the Google Play Store. They will not remember your data and will make this a default. Dolphin zero can be used as an alternative to Chrome on the Galaxy S20. Opera Browser is another popular Internet browser that you can use for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. It has a privacy mode that you can activate across the browser.

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