Google is experimenting with a new privacy feature on the iOS version of Chrome, The Verge says. This feature allows users to use Apple’s face recognition to prevent others from seeing incognito tabs for private browsing. The feature has arrived in the latest beta version of Chrome, suggesting it will be available to everyone within a few months.
Update information for the latest beta version of Chrome 89 reveals that incognito tabs are blurred when the user returns to the app. The tabs are not fully visible until the user verifies their identity with Face ID. The feature can be turned on in the privacy section of the settings, but the feature seems to be in a very early trial phase, meaning that not every beta user can use it yet.
An update is expected to arrive in early March, but there is no certainty as to whether the feature will be available right from the start. The new feature will also work with fingerprint recognition on older devices.
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