Google keeps on improving its Google search app in order to enhance the user experience. Sometime back Google updated its search app and after the update it started storing the screenshots of your search history. When you open the app, you can see a clock like icon placed on the bottom right corner. As soon as you click on it, you will be able to see the screenshots of all the things you have searched.
The app keeps the track of all the things you have searched according to days and you can swipe right to see any particular day you want. Some might find this feature useful however; others might think that it is an invasion of their privacy.
So, all those who want the screenshots to be saved can follow this simple hack and can disable this feature and can also deleted the stored screenshots.
In order delete the screenshots, users just have to open their Google app and tap on the history icon placed on the main screen. Then the list of the searches made in the past seven days will appear on their screen. Users can simply swipe up each search and can get rid of the screenshots.
Apart from deleting the screenshots, users can also disable this feature.
Just go to the main screen and click on the three horizontal lines placed on the top of the left corner. There you will see the main menu. After that just go to Settings and then tap on Accounts & Privacy. After this another screen will appear and on that you just have to turn off the enable recent option. Once done the app will no longer store the screenshots of your searches.