YouTube Is Testing New Incognito Mode for Android

YouTube Is Testing New Incognito Mode for Android

I don't see the option on any of my devices, so this seems like a server-side test. Cody had already discovered strings mentioning it in the regular YouTube app and YouTube Music, so this doesn't come off as a surprise to us. This feature is said to be accessible via a floating action button on the screen.

This feature is particularly interesting because a voice remote support page popped up several months ago.

Google is testing a new incognito mode for its YouTube Android app, enabling users to cover the tracks left by viewing sessions. And now it looks like YouTube might be the next app to add to its arsenal of privacy features with a full-fledged incognito mode, according to a report from Android Police. Depending on the application you're using it may be referred to by different names. This would mean that as of the moment, not everyone can enjoy the feature since it is not available on the Google Play Store just yet.

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As the site points out, YouTube has given users the ability to mask their searches for quite some time by either going to Settings History & privacy and pausing search and watch history, or simply by logging out before searching for a video. If not, head into Settings and look for the Voice Remote option to toggle it on.

To get started, you should be prompted to enable Voice Remote in YouTube TV the next time you open it. For the meantime, it is advisable to have the latest YouTube TV version installed to increase the chances to receive the new voice feature.