YouTube working on an Incognito

Imagine, you are watching some private videos on YouTube and when you are done you have to go to the settings  to clear the browser history to hide your private video watch and searches from others. This can turn into a pathetic chore if you have to do this every time you watch YouTube. An Incognito mode has been tested by YouTube in order to rescue the youtubers like you.

According to a report by Android Police, YouTube has started testing Incognito Mode in its Android app. Incognito mode is an excellent factor for internet browsers including a wide range of apps and programmes. If  Incognito Mode is  on, no search and watch history  will be saved with all of your YouTube subscriptions hidden, creating the impression of being signed out of the app.

Activating  this  mode will also turn your account profile to the incognito figure that appears on Chrome in incognito mode.

You can easily go back to your regular profile with restored  normal session activity by disabling this mode.

Even though, Android users do not see this feature yet as it seems to be still in the experimenting phase , YouTube is trying to ease  the process by merging Switch account and Sign out into a single setting to give a spot to the Turn on Incognito  option.

This video platform of Google, however, has not disclosed any details about the new option so far, but it  seems to be imminent.

If you don’t see the option in your app, make sure that you have the latest version on YouTube installed on your phone by going to the Google Play Store on your device and checking for updates. If Incognito mode is still MIA, give it a few days. YouTube started testing this mode back in May, but is rolling it out to all Android users this week.