Chrome to get feature that quickly erases 15 minutes of browser data on Android

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Credit: Calvin Wankhede / Android Authority
  • Google may be adding a new feature to Chrome for Android.
  • The feature will allow users to quickly delete 15 minutes of browser data.
  • It’s unclear when the feature would arrive.

It’s not uncommon to forget to open up an Incognito window when you’re browsing, especially when on your phone. When that happens, however, you have to go through the hassle of going into your history and either deleting things individually or picking from a selection of time increments — that starts at an hour — to get rid of that data. But Google could soon give you an easier option.

As discovered by Chrome Story, there appears to be a new flag in Chrome for Android that suggests Google is working on a new feature. The new feature is a “quick delete” option that would allow Android users to quickly erase 15 minutes of browser data.


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