Safari In iOS 5 Adds “Private Browsing” – Easily Protect Your Privacy While Surfing The Web

In iOS 5, Apple has added a “private browsing” mode to Safari, which users can activate in the Settings app.

The feature has been spotted in the first beta version of iOS 5, which Apple seeded to developers a couple of days ago. As you can see in the above screenshot (taken on my iPhone), in iOS 5, users can enable “private browsing” from within the Settings app.

Undoubtedly, this is another minor but much-needed feature that has made its way into the iOS. Once “private browsing” is activated, users of iOS 5 will be able to view sensitive websites on an iOS device while protecting their privacy.

[via Gizmodo]

Arjun Komath

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