Deleting your Google search history from your iPhone is easy and only takes a few steps. Read on to learn how to do it.
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Open the Settings app on your iPhone
Open the Settings app on your iPhone and scroll down to Safari. In Safari, scroll down to the bottom and tap Clear History and Website Data.
In the pop-up window, tap Clear History and Data.
Scroll down and tap Safari
If you haven’t disabled Safari’s search suggestions, your recent web searches are probably being logged by Apple and/or Google. If you’re using an iPhone with Siri enabled, your searches may also be logged by Apple. You can view and delete this history (and prevent it from being logged in the first place) from within the Settings app.
Here’s how to do it:
-Scroll down and tap Safari.
-Tap Search Engine, then tap Google. (If you don’t see the Search Engine option, that means search suggestions are turned off, and your recent searches aren’t being logged.)
-Tap the switch next to “Search & Siri Suggestions” to turn off logging of your recent searches.
-Tap Clear History and Website Data to remove all entries from your search history.
Scroll down and tap Clear History and Website Data
Here’s how to clear your Google search history on an iPhone:
-Open the Settings app
-Scroll down and tap Safari
-Scroll down and tap Clear History and Website Data
-Tap Clear History and Data when prompted
Tap Clear History and Data
From the Safari app, tap the bookmarks icon. Tap History. Tap Clear at the bottom of the screen. A menu will appear giving you two options: “Clear History and Website Data” and “Clear Cookies and Website Data.” The first option will clear your browsing history, cookies, and other website data. The second option will only clear your cookies.
Confirm by tapping Clear History and Data
On your iPhone, open the Settings app.
Tap Clear History and Website Data, then tap Clear History and Data.