Chrome's incognito mode gives you more privacy while surfing. While enabled, your browsing history, cookies, website data, and information entered in forms will not be saved. This makes it perfect for coughing more private web use. With an Android smartphone you can jump directly into this mode.
The default method for opening incognito mode involves several steps. First you need to open the browser, select the three vertical dots in the upper right corner and then select "New incognito tab".
Want a faster way? Press and hold the Chrome icon (either in the app tray or on the home screen) until the app shortcuts appear in a pop-up menu. Hold down the option "New incognito tab" in this menu and drag it to the start screen. That's it! From now on, just select this icon to open Chrome in incognito mode.
Note that this requires Android 7.0 Nougat or higher. But now that Android 10 comes out, Android 7 should be running on most phones at least.
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