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How to Go Incognito Mode on Chrome for Android, iOS and Chrome OS

Private browsing mode is an innovative feature of all modern web browsers. In Chrome, it is called Incognito mode and lets you browse privately. You can enter into Incognito mode on Chrome by just pressing CTRL + SHIFT + N keys on your keyboard or by selecting New Incognito Window from the settings menu. If you don’t know how to go Incognito mode on Chrome for Android, iOS and Chrome OS devices, read below.

Android: On your Android phone or tablet, run Chrome and tap the settings button of your phone or tablet. Then select New Incognito Tab.

iOS devices: If you have installed Chrome on your iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) devices, unfortunately currently this feature isn’t available.

Chrome OS device: If you’re using Chrome OS, you can use the guest browsing feature as an alternative to incognito mode. You can go into guest browsing by clicking the guest icon or the Browse as a Guest link on the right side of the screen. You can enable guest browsing from Settings menu of your device. Important

Note: Private browsing (here Incognito mode) lets you browse privately. In this mode, all your browsing and download histories, new cookies, etc. will delete once you close your browser. However, private browsing mode won’t give complete privacy control.


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