Here’s how Android users can delete last 15 minutes of search history- Check step by step guide


US-based tech giant Google has started rolling out a new feature to its Android app that will enable users to delete the last 15 minutes of Search history quickly. Deleting last 15 minutes of Search history is not the only option that Google provides to its users.

The company also enables users to automatically delete all of their search history after three months, 18 months and after 36 months.

“Google in a statement to The Verge confirmed that the company was indeed rolling out its ‘quick delete’ option on the Google app for Android and that it was expected to be available to everyone using the app in the next few weeks,” the BGR India reported.

To check if you have received the update –

Open Google’s Android app, tap your profile picture

Look for the “Delete last 15 minutes” option.

With this functionality, you can easily delete your most recent search history with a few taps.

According to the report, Google first announced that it would soon introduce a feature that would enable users to quickly delete the last 15 minutes of their Search history with a single tap from the Google Account Menu back at its annual developers’ conference, I/O 2021.

The feature had arrived in Google’s iOS-based app in July. At the time, the company had said that it would roll out the same to its Android app and the web later in the year, the report further added.

Here’s how you can delete your Google Search history automatically after a set time limit:

– On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google app.

– At the top right, tap your Profile picture > go to Search history > go to Controls.

– On the “Web & App Activity” card, tap Auto-delete.

– Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.