Recently, Swiftkey has rolled out a new update with incognito mode.
As of now, users can use YouTube in two different ways to watch videos privately. It's actually like watching videos when signed out while you are actually signed in and not having to worry about clearing your history.
Incognito, not invisibleAs the pop-up note indicates, Incognito mode doesn't truly mask the user's online activities.More news: Mile Jedinak one game from Premier League return with Aston Villa
According to experts, Incognito Mode in Chrome only helps you by "avoiding cookies, hiding activities from people who may have access to your computer, such as a loved one you're buying a present for, and protecting yourself against potentially dodgy websites".
To enable Incognito Mode, just tap on the "Turn on Incognito" option. If Google is happy with the new placement, though, then we'll likely see this pushed out to everyone in the near future.More news: Sony Ends Production of Physical PlayStation Vita Games
If, however, you've been hoping for a way to continue your oddball spirals down into the dark and rarely explored corners of YouTube, you'll be happy to know that its mobile app might soon get an Incognito mode. YouTube Incognito Mode might make things a little simpler.
I haven't seen the option on my device yet, so it could be a test of sorts, with a few users selected at random.
You might not have to worry much longer about being judged for your YouTube viewing history.More news: Simpson lead cut to five at Sawgrass with Woods on the prowl