Declared back at Google I/O, a few clients are currently getting early access to an in secret mode for Google Maps on Android that hides information when people don’t want it put away.
Some Google Maps clients have been sent messages in the previous 48 hours or so that invite them to participate in the in secret beta for Google Maps. This empowers the incognito toggle in the Android application promptly, and once activated, the application relaunches with none of the searches, location data, or other action in the application put away on Google account.
At the point when in incognito mode is turned on in Google Maps, a black banner shows up at the top of the interface that clearly demonstrates that the mode is turned on. As confirmed by a GIF shared by XDA, the usual blue location indicator additionally goes to a dark gray color. The people over at Android Police likewise have a picture that demonstrates that this mode makes an interpretation of over to Android Auto too.
Unfortunately, there’s no sign about when Google Maps in secret mode will completely take off to clients. At the present time, the usefulness is just accessible in this shut beta program.