Google I/O developer conference makes the fact obvious through the Android Q beta, that it is going to focus more on the privacy of its users. It is planning to help out the users globally even if it is outside the google secure data facility. In this regard, Incognito Mode is here for the Maps and Search Apps.
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google said that providing the data privacy to the users is their first priority.
Google Data Privacy Focus
Users across the world will be having changes in its account and data portfolio. In this regard, the option will allow you to delete your location, web, and application activity history automatically every three months. In the near future, Google will add other account data to this particular auto-delete feature because they have been previously criticized for the difficult history, delete option along with the complicated “timeline” and location history.
Incognito Mode is here for the Maps and Search Apps:
Let me tell you about what Incognito Mode is all about. The term stands for the fact that Google will no longer keep track of your activities like searches and websites. Now the same you can expect from its Maps and Search Apps.
Reabsorption of Nest is going to happen, but it will still be a standalone brand. It is going to be the part of the larger Google Hardware division in its new privacy strategy. It will take time in the future to explain that how smart devices of Google Account carries the Nest, Home, Wifi or Chromecast brand.\
Through I/O, it is learned that Google’s next version of its AI engine allows its users to live more on the phone rather than cloud. Android Q has a plan to tell you that how your data is going to get handled. Google Assistant will be able to provide data handling at a faster rate in the next generation of Pixel phones.
Moreover, it is explained by Google’s director of product management, privacy, and data protection office, Eric Miraglia:
“Today you’ll see your Google Account profile picture appear in the top right corner across products like Gmail, Drive, Contacts and Pay. To quickly access your privacy controls, just tap on your picture and follow the link to your Google Account. The prominent placement of your profile picture also makes it easier to know when you’re signed into your Account.”