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Chrome 92 for iOS enables TouchID/Face ID lock support for incognito tabs

22 July 2021 0

Google has now started rolling out the Chrome 92 update for iOS users as well. The update brings a couple of new features as well as design and performance improvements.

One of the main features that Chrome 92 update enables is to let you add security to incognito tabs with Touch ID, Face ID, or even a Passcode. This could prove to be helpful at times when you knowingly or unknowingly left your incognito tab open. So, whenever you come back, you will have to authenticate using your default security method.

To enable it, head over to Settings and go to Privacy and then look for Lock Incognito tabs.

In addition to this important feature, the Chrome 92 update for iOS has brought some small makeovers around Settings, History, and Bookmarks. Also, the new Discover design on the New Tab Page makes exploring your interests easier. Chrome now asks for your confirmation if you want to close all tabs from the Tab Switcher so as to avoid accidentally closing everything.

You can also share, bookmark, and add individual tabs to your reading list from the Tab Switcher.

Also, as per 9to5Google, you can take full-page screenshots of a webpage, just like Safari. After capturing a screenshot in Chrome and tapping on the preview, users will see a new “Full Page” tab to capture more parts of the page. Also, the tools will help to further customize, save, and share the screenshot.

Chrome 92 is now available on App Store for iOS users.

Chrome v92 | iOS | App Store, Free



Chrome 92 for iOS enables TouchID/Face ID lock support for incognito tabs
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