Google plans to bring its Incognito feature to its Maps and search apps, company CEO Sundar Pichai said Tuesday.
The feature will allow Maps users to block Google from associating the places they search or travel to with their accounts.
Pichai made the announcement at the company's annual I/O developer conference on Tuesday.
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You'll soon be able to keep your activity on Google's Maps app a bit more private from the company.
The search giant...
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