Google wants to protect Chrome’s private browsing tabs on iOS with Face ID


Google Chrome on iOS will soon allow you to protect the opening of your tabs in private browsing with Face ID or Touch ID. In the latest beta of the web browser, a new option has been incorporated to allow the user to blur the content of open tabs in private browsing as long as the user has not used the biometric authentication of the iPhone.

This new option can be activated from the browser settings, in the Privacy menu where an option to lock incognito tabs when Chrome is closed has been added. This is not the first time that Google has offered such a measure in its applications. The Google Search app on iOS already includes a similar function that automatically locks each private browsing search session after a period of fifteen minutes.

Source : MacRumors


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