How to lock incognito tabs with Face ID in Chrome for iPhone

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Situatie

Chrome for iPhone’s new feature locks the incognito tabs with Face ID so that others can’t check what sites you visit.

Solutie

First, open the Google Chrome app on your iPhone. Then, type chrome://flags in the address bar and hit Enter.

Open Chrome on iPhone, type chrome://flags in the address bar, and hit Enter

Type “Device Authentication for Incognito” in the search bar at the top. It will be listed under Experiments, which means that it’s still in the works.

Type "Device Authentication for Incognito" in the search bar at the top.

Open the drop-down menu under the “Device Authentication for Incognito” flag and choose “Enabled.”

Select the drop-down under the "Device Authentication for Incognito" flag and choose "Enabled."

After enabling the flag, you need to close and restart the Chrome browser to apply the changes that you made.

After enabling the flag, you need to close and restart the Chrome browser to apply the changes you made for the flag.

When Chrome opens, select the three-dot menu icon in the bottom-right corner and choose “Settings.”

Select the “Privacy” section.

Select the "Privacy" section.

Toggle on the “Lock Incognito Tabs When You Close Chrome” option.

Toggle on the "Lock Incognito Tabs When You Close Chrome" option.

After enabling that feature, the next time that you open Chrome to view the Incognito tabs, it will ask you to unlock them with Face ID.

Chrome will ask you to use Face ID to unlock Incognito tabs whenever you want to use them.

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