The option will allow one click to delete all the information accumulated in the last 15 minutes, including user data and browsing history,
Google is testing Quick Delete for the smartphone version of its Chrome browser. It will come in handy if you forgot to turn on the “Incognito” mode.
The option will allow one click to delete all the information accumulated in the last 15 minutes, including user data and browsing history, according to the XDA Developers portal. The option is available in the menu, which is called through the icon (•••) next to the address bar.
For now, Quick Delete is available in the Chrome Canary test branch as an experimental setting. Later, the function will be available to everyone, but there is no information about the terms.
Google Chrome for Android has received additional protection
At the end of January this year, Google released a fresh update to Chrome for Android. It has, among other things, the ability to block private tabs with a fingerprint. Chrome for iOS has this feature since 2021,
In addition, additional features have appeared in Chrome on Android to improve user security. The browser will now scan saved passwords and notify users if any have been compromised, as well as screen out malicious extensions.
And even earlier, an energy-saving mode appeared in the Chrome browser. It allows you to extend the working time of the laptop without recharging.