Google is working on a “Privacy Guide” in Chrome for Android

On both PCs and smartphones, Google Chrome is the world’s leading search engine with almost 70% market share. If you’re someone who cares about privacy, you may not be comfortable using it because you give a lot of information to Google, which uses it to sell ads.

After PC, now and on Android, Chrome allows users to view and customize privacy and security settings. A new “Privacy Guide” section in Chrome’s privacy and security settings will be available soon, showing the default privacy settings and allowing the user to control them from one place.

Techdows reports that this feature has been added to Chrome for Android as an experiment, which means you can now test it on your phone. The Privacy Guide will be available in the Application Settings menu, in the Privacy and Security section. The privacy guide will allow you to review the various settings of the app, telling you about the purpose of each feature and what you are sending to Google to make that feature work. If something doesn’t suit you, you can disable it directly from the menu.

This feature is reportedly available under the # privacy-review tag for all Chrome users, but Techdows does not mention which version of Chrome it used for testing.

According to Techdows, you can enable the Chrome Privacy Guide on Android by launching Chrome, typing chrome: // flags in the address bar, searching for “Privacy,” and selecting “Enabled” from the Privacy review drop-down menu and restarting your browser.

To view your privacy settings, tap the three-dot icon, select Settings, select Privacy & Security, tap the Privacy Guide, and follow the instructions to enable or disable features that can protect your privacy in Chrome.

Since the current beta version does not have a functional version of this feature, we will probably have to wait some more time for it.

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