Google Chrome Bug Reveals Private Browsing History In iOS7

Must Try

15 Best iPad Air Cases That Matches Your Type

Just the day after all-new iPad Air release, case makers are made many case for iPad Air available to purchase. The iPad Air and the iPad...

10 Cases for the iPad Pro That Offer the Best Protection

In September 9, Apple announced the iPad Pro, and it came out to be the largest they've ever produced so far.With a large product...

10 Best Charging Docks for iPhone 6S

The lightning cable and other Apple charging cables are well-known for fraying at the end. Short of putting an ugly spring on the end...

10 Best Minimalistic iPhone 6s Cases and Covers

The Apple iPhone 6s has finally come out! The preview editions have already been released, and everyone is gearing up for the big launch....
Anup Kayasthahttp://www.alltimemac.com
Anup Kayastha is founder and chief editor of AllTimeMac — loves travelling. Tech enthusiasts and professional blogger.

google chrome bug reveals private history in ios7A Google Chrome bug reveals all the private browsing history on the iOS7 devices. Soon after the release of the iOS7, Google released an updated client of Chrome for the platform. The browser’s incognito mode, which is meant to store no records, shares the records with the standard profile somehow and they’re openly displayed in the search bar.

Google Chrome browser has always received the most user feedback and conviction because of just being a perfect browser in all aspects. Google therefore also released the app for smartphones and tablets, other than the Windows Phone platforms ones because of pretty much obvious reasons.

Chrome’s Incognito mode is designed to be used when doing some secret or private browsing. The browser saves no records, history, cookies or anything, from that session.

The iOS app bug however works otherwise. The incognito mode’s typed URLs or searches come up directly in the search bar and that technically is a threat to the privacy of many.

No one really intends to share their private history with others, which is technically the sole purpose of the Incognito mode. But under the current scenario, you’d have to remove your entire browsing history should someone asks to use your device.

The issue was first identified by a UK-based developer house Parallax. TechCrunch has reported the bug to Google and hence, the solution is also rumored to be provided soon.

Google should now offer an update for the Chrome client that would perfectly fix this issue, or stop dreaming about getting into the iOSphere because this is just this one bug that got identified, you never know what and how much more’s coming and people don’t take long to change their minds.

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest Recipes

10 Best Designer iPhone 6s Cases

Once you have your iPhone 6s in hand, the next step is to buy a phone case. These are necessary to keep the iPhone...

15 Best iPad Air Cases That Matches Your Type

Just the day after all-new iPad Air release, case makers are made many case for iPad Air available to purchase. The iPad Air and the iPad...

10 Cases for the iPad Pro That Offer the Best Protection

In September 9, Apple announced the iPad Pro, and it came out to be the largest they've ever produced so far.With a large product...

10 Best Charging Docks for iPhone 6S

The lightning cable and other Apple charging cables are well-known for fraying at the end. Short of putting an ugly spring on the end...

10 Best Minimalistic iPhone 6s Cases and Covers

The Apple iPhone 6s has finally come out! The preview editions have already been released, and everyone is gearing up for the big launch....
- Advertisement -

More Recipes Like This

- Advertisement -