The incognito mode is a classic in several of the services that Google offers. As the company with headquarters in Mountain View, navigate in incognito allows us to use the services of a more private in which, supposedly, is not saved or browsing history, the cookies or website data.
In Android, we can use this mode on Chrome, or YouTube, and Google Maps will be the next to join the party, which has been allowed to see showing the interface of this mode, which will allow users to enjoy browsing more private.
So it would be the incognito mode of Google Maps
while users can join the beta Maps, there are closed groups that receive news before the rest, , and in AndroidPolice have been able to try one of these new functions. As mentioned, this is the incognito mode, designed for those users who want to navigate through Google Maps without leaving a trace on the steps that have been given (literally).
it is Not known in depth that will make this mode, but, through the interface we can see the three-point differential using the mode, as opposed to not doing so. In the first place, it shows that the incognito mode Maps does not save your browsing data or send notifications.
second, also update the location history (the greatest activity log that there are in Android at the level of monitoring of each step we take), nor updated the shared locations. Finally, do not send our data to be used in the face personalized recommendations that sends Maps.
Via | AndroidPolice
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The news Google Maps is already testing the incognito mode on Android was originally published in Xataka Android by Ricardo Aguilar .
September 19, 2019
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