With the beta of Google Chrome for iOS, it has been spotted adding Face ID or Touch ID protection from the iPhone (or iPad) for tabs in incognito (or Incognito) mode. A lock with this biometric authentication which is optional.
Where applicable, Chrome’s browsing tabs in Incognito mode will be blurred until confirmation – or identity verification – by Face ID or Touch ID. Not all beta testers necessarily have access to this novelty, which therefore requires server-side activation.
Screenshot : 9to5Google
This kind of option is reminiscent of the privacy screen with the Google Dirve app on iOS. For the Google Search application, it is also already possible to confirm an identity with Face ID or Touch ID in private browsing mode.
As part of an activation for Google Search, if the user closes the application and returns after more than 15 minutes, he is invited to indicate whether he wishes to remain in private browsing mode.
Source: GNT – actualités by www.generation-nt.com.
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