To improve the prediction, the majority of keyboards are reminded of the words that we have written to display them in the future as suggestions, something that should not happen if we are using any application in your incognito mode.
it makes No sense that while you use the private mode of a chat or a browser, the keyboard is saved what you’ve written in your history, and it is for this reason that Gboard from your version 6.4 will begin to respect our privacy.
incognito Mode in Gboard
Premiered last June at the third preview version of Android Or, now Gboard 6.4 (currently in beta) add your incognito mode to all devices with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat.
Gboard will be displayed in incognito mode when using an app in incognito mode for the keyboard to let you save your history in written words the emojis recent and the searches made with the integrated search engine of Google.
For the moment only in browser Chrome is compatible with the incognito mode of Gboard. When you open a tab in incognito with Chrome, automatically the keyboard will also be in such a way to respect your privacy.
Soon the chats secrets Allo will also be compatible with the incognito mode of Gboard. Will be developers who will have to make compatible their apps with this new functionality in the keyboard of Google.
Via | 9to5Google
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