Almost all of us are very concerned about data security. We often hear about tracking smartphones by different apps. However, Google has been tracking the user’s smartphone several times. The Internet giant can collect information about the user’s location, apps on the device, etc. Google also knows what you see on your phone, when you use an app, and so on.
In fact, in the “Activity Control” option of the Google account, all the activity on your phone is tracked. That is, what you search for, what websites you visit, what videos you watch, and where you go, everything is stored in Google’s activity control. Google claims that users will be able to enjoy better search results and customized Google products. Let’s find out how Google understands information about you and how you can delete it.
How to check activity data on your phone:
1. Go to Google search option on your smartphone and search by typing “My Activity“.
2. Then click on the myactivity.google.com link.
Here you can see the full activity of your smartphone, such as – when you used an app, read an article on a website and watched a video on YouTube.
How to delete your activity data:
If the user wants to delete the data, Google has provided an option. To do this you first need to go to the myactivity.google.com website and click on the three dots next to the search bar. Then click on “Delete Activity” and you will see the options called Last hour, Last day, All time and Custom range. Now you can easily delete the data by selecting the option of your choice.
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