new-incognito

Google may be hard at work retooling the look and feel of Android, but the company isn’t stoping there. Chrome appears to be in for a few cosmetic tweaks and the company is starting this effort with a new Incognito tab page. Pictured above is a screenshot of how the private browsing tab will look in the near future. If you’re unfamiliar with Incognito mode, it’s Chrome’s privacy tab that lets users browse the web without logging in their history.

We recently spoke with Chromium evangelist François Beaufort who confirmed that the updated tab will be coming to Chrome’s general release. So prepare to anonymously browse the web in style. Just remember that bookmarks and downloads are exempt from Incognito’s cover, but it’s not like you have anything to hide, right?

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