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Android Users Can Delete The Last 15 Minutes Of Search History

Android users can now delete the most recent search history with a single tap. The search engine is rolling out the option to remove the last 15 minutes of the user’s search history to its official Android app. The search engine also added that some users already report that the feature is now available to them.

Users can simply open the google app on their Android user and tap on your profile. The pop-up menu will appear, which will show delete last 15 minutes. This option is present under the search history. Then the users can tap that, and the Google app will delete the last 15 minutes of their search history from within the app.

The search engine has already cleared the entire search history. There are additional options to automatically remove three months, 18 months, or 36 months old history. Users might also manually browse through their history and delete individual items. While this is all well and good, none of these solutions are especially practical for swiftly removing items from a single search session.

The 15-minute erase option appears to be ideal for this. This feature will now be available on both the iOS and Android versions of the Google app. Google has not yet mentioned if or when the feature will be available for users on the desktop version of Google search.

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