Tech giant, Google will now be bringing the ability to delete the last 15 minutes of your search history to its Android app. The latest feature was first discovered by former XDA Developers editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman, who stated that he was tipped about the feature apparently rolling out. Moreover, the company said, “we’re currently rolling this feature out on the Google app for Android and expect it to be available to everyone using the app in the next few weeks. We’re continuing to explore ways to bring this helpful feature to other surfaces.”
Android Users Can Now Delete Their Last 15 Minutes Google Search History
To check the feature which deletes Google search history, users need to open Google’s Android app, tap the profile picture, and look for the ‘Delete last 15 min’ option. Google first disclosed the feature at Google I/O in May, and it came to Google’s iOS app in July. At that time, Google stated that it would arrive on the Android version of the app later in 2021, but for some reason, the corporation missed that deadline.
This feature which deletes Google search history has taken some time to make its way to the Android app. It’s unclear if Google intends to bring the feature to desktop — in its May announcement post, the company didn’t pinpoint which platforms it would be available on, and in July, Google only said that the feature was coming to the iOS and Android apps.
Google is Also Launching Beta Program for Google Play Games
Meanwhile, the US tech giant Google is rolling out the beta program for its Google Play Games to some Samsung Galaxy Book owners. As per GSM Arena, the firm has rolled out invites to Samsung Galaxy Book owners in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan.