YouTube Incognito Mode for Android explained

YouTube has recently started to roll out the Incognito Mode for its Android app. This means, you can just switch to the mode on your mobile app, watch whatever you want to, without leaving any traces of your search behind. Follow us on Twitter @tech2eets - https://twitter.com/tech2eets and on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/tech2dotcom You can read the transcript here: At this moment in time, we are surrounded by hack attacks and data breaches, so it’s just natural that whatever we have left safe, we would like it to remain that way! Hi I am Nandini, Tech2’s Resident Internetwaali, and today we are going to take a quick look at how to use YouTube’s Incognito Mode. But, first up, what heck is Incognito mode? Incognito means “having your true identity concealed”, and that’s exactly what this mode does too. Whatever you search on YouTube, will no longer be traced back to your, when you are using that mode. In a way it's similar to the Incognito mode on your Chrome browser, where no browsing history is recorded. Now, you’ll say, but I have been using Chrome’s incognito mode to surf all my *cough* videos on YouTube. We know you do, but buddies and babes, this has now come to your mobile. For the moment, it's only available on Android though. Ok, now moving to how it works. So you head to your YouTube app, press on the profile icon on top right, and here you will see the option to "Turn On Incognito”, so you do that. When you have switched, you will get a notification letting you know that you're browsing incognito. You now watch whatever you want, and there will be no search history. Turning it off works the same way, you go back to your profile, and select “Turn Off Incognito”. Wasn’t this a cakewalk! That’s a wrap, For more such awesome content, keep watching Tech2’s videos. If you haven’t already, subscribe to our YouTube channel, and do press on the bell icon to be notified whenever we share a new video.