Today, Google announces a host of new privacy and security features: Incognito mode for Google Maps, auto-deletion of your YouTube history, voice privacy in Google Assistant, and password verification in Google's Password Manager integrated.
First: Google Maps will soon receive incognito mode. Google announces that launch on Android will start later this month. Support for iPhone and iPad will be available shortly. Just as you use incognito mode on YouTube, you can search for and view places in Google Maps without adding those locations to your history. They are not used to personalize your experience.
If this feature is available, you can tap your profile photo and then enable incognito mode. Google has not indicated if this feature is available on the Google Maps website for the desktop. However, you can always open Google Maps in an incognito window in Chrome for the desktop.