If once in a while you need to browse some websites to follow you perfectly traces remained as small as possible, or you want to access certain sites without identification, you are certainly familiar with the so-called incognito mode. It is supported by virtually all current browsers, including Google Chrome. Even in the mobile version. It seems that its users with iPhones and iPads will soon see a very interesting tweak in this mode. Chrome for iOS is starting testing biometric security of anonymous cards.
A new beta version of this Google browser has been discovered. It works in such a way that the cards from the so-called incognito mode can first be locked and then it is necessary to unlock them. access via Touch or Face ID, ie fingerprint or face scan. The gadget will be useful for maintaining privacy when quickly switching between applications, also in the event that the owner lends the phone to someone else to search. Biometric security of anonymous cards has so far only really been found in Chrome pro iOS. About deploying this feature do Androidversion there are no reports yet.
How often do you use incognito mode?
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