Google has many applications on Android, which are always connected. Integration between them is usually possible (yesterday it happened with Google Maps and Lens), although sometimes it's pretty amazing. This is the case today: Incomplete mode integration for Chrome in the Google app.
This blend seems to be slightly cooked, and is currently taking shape shortcut to open the incognito tab in Google Chrome from the Google app. It's still a waste to search without an account that came about a year ago.
If you want a private search, go to Chrome
In May 2019, the Google app added the possibility of using an account-free application, available in the menu to convert active accounts. It wasn't officially incognito mode like the one Google just integrated into Google Maps or YouTube although in practice it had its other benefits: the searches you have performed are not saved to your account.
To perform a search, this mode without an account works as an incognito mode, but the problem comes when the search result opens, because opens in the Chrome Custom tab, and then it will be registered in your Google Chrome brows ing history.
Usually, a search in Chrome's Restless Mode will open directly in the incognito tab, but Google has built an alternative. From the account selection there is a new option called Chrome's new incompito tab. When you touch it there is a warning for the first time, although you can check the box so it doesn't come out again.
This option basically opens the incognito tab in Google Chrome, ready for search or write web addresses that, at this time, will not be recorded in your Google Account or account. The idea seems to be the following: if you want to search incognito: the Google app is not the place to do it, do it on a Chrome tablet.
The projection of this function seems as subtle as the black mode, so it seems some users and some not, with or without Google's beta version of the app. It will probably be available to everyone in the days to come, but in the meantime remembering to use Google Chrome instead of the Google app to search for what you don't want, you will find the same result.
Via | Android Police