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Google has launched a new feature for the iPhone app on the iPhone and iPad that allows users to lock incognito tabs with a face tag when left open in the background. This feature is not currently available on Android devices.
For beginners Chrome’s incognito mode allows users to browse the web without saving history. However, if you’re not careful enough to close the incognito tabs every time, anyone with access to your phone can open the app and see what you’ve done.
Now with Google With the new feature, you can leave incognito tabs open in the background without fear of anyone getting to know. Although the feature is available in the main iOS app, it is hidden in the experimental flag menu and is not visible in the app settings.
Thus enable Face ID lock as shown Lifehacker:
1. Type chrome: // flags in the new tab
2. Search for “Device authentication for incognito”.
3. In the drop-down menu, set the flag to On.
4. After saving your changes, restart Chrome.
5. When you reopen Chrome, go to Settings and then Privacy.
6. Enable Lock incognito tabs when you close Chrome.
You’re welcome; incognito tabs are now protected by a face ID from all prying eyes.