How to Clearing Your Google Search History on iPad iOS 11

Just like many other browser features, your Google search history is stored on your iPad until you remove it. While this may seem unimportant, it is actually quite risky to keep that history stored on your device. If the left search histories haven’t been cleaned, anyone can not only see your search history, but they can go to the sites in which you have been and possibly steal your data. Furthermore, the information gets stored on your iPad and eats up valuable memory in the form of cookies and temporary files. Therefore, in order to keep your system working well and protect your privacy, it is essential to know how to clear Google search history on iPad daily.

How to Clear Google History on iPad

Apple makes it extremely simple to clear Google search history iPad. The idea is to clear your browser history, in turn, clearing all cookies and temporary files, including your Google Search History from your iPad.

Clear Google Search History iPad through Settings

If you are only running Safari, the option is built into the iPad through settings.

Step 1: Go to settings

Step 2: Go to Safari

Step 3: Click “Clear History” on the right

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This will allow you to clear the entire search history, so that it can also clear Google search history iPad, leaving your iPad clean of any cookies and temporary files.

Clear Google Search History iPad through Chrome

If you are using Chrome, you must delete the history through the Chrome app.

Step 1: Open Chrome

Step 2: Click the top left menu bar

Step 3: Click “History”

Step 4: Select the items you wish to clear

Step 5: Click “Clear Data”

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Remember, if you are using both Safari and Chrome, you must clear your Google search history from your iPad utilizing both methods to ensure all cookies are cleared from all browsers. Otherwise, one app may still run the search history utilized in that app.

Erase Google History iPad Permanently

Clearing your search history in Google is a great way to keep your iPad secure while allowing it to work at its optimum capacity. However, the data may still be restored in the future, leaving you as vulnerable to hackers and viruses as you were before clearing the search history. The iMyFone Umate Pro software can fix this problem by allowing you the ability to erase Google search history iPad permanently.

The iMyFone Umate Pro or iMyFone Umate Pro for Mac offers three ways to clear search history Google ipad permanently. The options include, “Erase All Data”, “Erase Deleted Files”, and “Erase Private Data”.

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Umate Pro is fully compatible with iOS 11 and receive lots of positive reviews from, , etc.

Erase all Data allows you to remove all of the data from your iPad beyond the limits of the factory reset. This will set your iPad back to its original modes and programs without your personal information available, or restorable.

Erase Deleted Files allows you to erase many deleted files, including browser history that you “deleted” in the past, and some hidden locations only programmers know exist without any chance to be recovered.

Erase private data removes almost every data deemed private and destroys it, making sure this data can never be recovered.

Here are the steps by using “Erase All Data” mode:

  1. Download iMyFone Umate Pro, install it on your computer and then connect your iPad to it. Please make the software can recognize your iPad.
  2. connect your iPad

  3. Select the “Erase All Data” mode.
  4. Erase All Data

  5. Click the “Erase” button and then type "delete" into the box to confirm.
  6. delete data

iMyFone Umate Pro offers the abilities to clear your data, erase all deleted files, and backup your data safely and securely. This includes cookies, temporary files, photos, and even personal information, such as notes, map details, and proprietary data. It is a safe, secure program that allows you to connect your iPad to your computer and quickly, easily, and efficiently, protect your data and remove information from your iPad permanently, without the possibility of restoration.