If you did followed some of my previous tutorials you probably noticed that I have wrote an article on how to enable private browsing in many different browsers including Google Chrome using incognito mode. However Android users are not able to use Google Chrome yet, and because of that they don’t have a choice to use private browsing too. But using the Dolphin HD Browser this limitation can be bypassed and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that.
To get started follow steps below
Step 1: On your Android phone visit Google Play, download and install Dolphin HD Browser
Step 2: Once installation is finished start up the app and go trough the setup screens to adjust the app for your Android phone
Step 3: Now when setups are finished tap on the Menu button and then select More
Step 4: Next tap on Settings and choose Privacy & Security Settings
Step 5: Inside Settings window you should see six options/checkbox. Uncheck all of them except the last one Browsing without history.
That’s it. You can now browser the web on your Android phone using Dolphin HD Browser without worry of your privacy.
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