Google announced today that it will launch Google Maps’ Incognito model on iOS, according tomedia. The feature is google’s first release at the I/O developer conference in May and has been used on Android. The software version of Incognito works very much like Chrome.
You can search for a location or navigate to a location when it’s turned on, but Google doesn’t save that information to the user’s Google account. Users can turn on incognito mode by clicking on the profile picture in the search bar and then clicking “Turn on Incognito Mode”.
Google Maps isn’t the only app with stealth mode. Back in 2018, Google introduced the feature in Android’s YouTube app.
Google also announced that next month, it will launch the feature for Android users to remove information in bulk from Google Maps timeline and location history, as shown in the following image: