Saturday, March 25

You can now delete the last minutes of your history on Android | Digital Trends Spanish

Android is implementing an option that until now we only found on iPhones.

The company has reported that it is already starting to allow Android users to delete the last 15 minutes of their Google search history. The company had announced the option last year, but it hasn’t made it to Google’s app for Android phones until now.

The new option was detected by TheVerge and a Google spokesperson confirmed to the site that the company is implementing it. Its name is “Delete the last 15 minutes” and according to Google it should be available to everyone in the coming weeks. At the time of writing this note from Digital Trends we do not find it available.

Currently Google allows us to delete the search history of the last three, 18 or 36 months through its automatic deletion option. We may also delete your Google app search history for a specific period or day.

The function was presented last year at the last Google I/O, the company’s most important event that, due to the pandemic, has been completely virtual for two years. This year things are going to change, since the event will have an audience (although only employees).

The event will take place on May 11 and 12 at the Shoreline Amphitheater open-air auditorium in Mountain View (California) and it is expected that, in addition to software developments, the company will show the new Pixel 6a, the version of its flagship cell phones, as well as the long-awaited and widely rumored Pixel Watch.

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