The time has come for you if you’ve been looking for a way to rapidly wipe the last 15 minutes of your Google search history on Android. Jack Wallen demonstrates how to complete this task. Every time you use a mobile device, you should put your privacy first. On your phone, so much of what you do is recorded, utilized, shared, and (in some circumstances) exploited.
Additionally, anyone with access to your Android phone could read any search results you’ve made at any time. Think about how simple it would be to remove the previous 15 minutes’ worth of Google searches. Imagine, for example, that just before speaking with your boss, you were looking for a new job. Your boss happened to glance at your search history for whatever reason.
Fortunately, Android makes deleting the last 15 minutes of your search history quite simple. This function has been accessible on iOS for a while. Users of Android, good news. You only need to hit a button to delete that search history now that Google has begun rolling out the capability to its own mobile platform.
What Is Required
An upgraded version of Android is required in order to use this function. This feature shouldn’t be exclusive to Pixel phones or Android 12, but as we all know, Google’s release schedule may be hit or miss. I’m demonstrating using an Android 12. x-powered Pixel 6 Pro. If you discover that your device is missing the feature, be sure to check back after the upcoming update.
On an Android, How Can You Delete Your Search History?
Removing the search history
- Open the Google app on your Android smartphone or tablet.
- Tap your profile photo or initial in the top right. Google history
- The Search history you want to remove can be chosen. You have a choice: Your entire search history Tap Delete above your history. the entire time.