For iOS, Chrome 92 has added a Face ID lock for hidden tabs
Chrome’s latest update to iOS lets you keep your hidden tabs safe via Touch ID, Face ID, or passcode. Micromers). When a new feature is introduced to you, you can turn it on by navigating to the Settings menu, then tapping “Privacy”, and then “Lock hidden tabs”. I just updated the app and I didn’t have the option, so you’ll have to wait a bit until you can revert it. Google first revealed that it was testing this new privacy feature in February.
The update brings some other useful features to Google’s mobile browser, including the ability to take a full page screenshot of a website. You can use it by hitting a screenshot with a combination of specific buttons from your device, tapping the screenshot preview, and then tapping the “Full Page” tab that appears. 9to5Google. (I don’t have this feature yet.)
You can now download Chrome 92 from the App Store.