iOS users are also going to get the incognito mode for Google Maps as the company announced in a blog post. First announced at the Google I/O developer conference in May, the feature has already been available for Android users.
Google Maps’ incognito mode supposedly functions like how it does in web browsers. Switch it on, search for a location or move in an area and Google won’t save your data.
Switch it on by tapping your profile photo in the search bar. Then, tap on “Turn on incognito mode.”
In related news, Google says it will allow Android users to perform bulk-delete of their data from Google Maps, both timeline and location history next month.