Incognito mode has become a standard feature for many apps and programs in recent years, starting with internet browsers. If you’ve ever wanted to conduct a search, but don’t want it to be tracked or logged, opening an incognito tab is the easiest and fastest way to do so. And now it looks like YouTube might be the next app to add to its arsenal of privacy features with a full-fledged incognito mode, according to a report from Android Police.
As the site points out, YouTube has given users the ability to mask their searches for quite some time by either going to Settings > History & privacy and pausing search and watch history, or simply by logging out before searching for a video. But a new Turn on Incognito setting has been spotted on the Android app this week.
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YouTube is testing an incognito mode to let you hide embarrassing searches