How to delete iphone google history

 

Your iPhone keeps track of pretty much everything you do, and most of the time this is useful. It’s handy to be able to return a missed call from your call log, revisit the website you were reading this morning, and have a record of the questionable messages you sent at 2am in the morning.

But sometimes you may want to clear our this data. Whether you want to selectively delete a few records or indiscriminately nuke the whole lot, here’s how. We won’t even ask you to tell us why.

You can also delete your whole Safari history by heading to  Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data . If you have multiple iOS devices, and you use Safari on your Mac too, this will delete you entire history across all devices.

How to delete iphone google history

It is normal for iPhone users to delete items from iPhone, either to free up space or just remove something unwanted. However, it seems it's much easier to install apps, send messages, take pictures, play videos and songs than delete apps, messages, photos, videos, songs, other files and file caches on iPhone. Foruntately, by spending a few seconds on each tutorial in this article, you can delete something you want. This article includes several parts, please click the left side navigation bar to find the information you want:

Question #1: I have tried to open the dark waiting icon, but it didn't work. And I also can't even delete them. I tried to fix the problem by restarting my iPhone and it didn't work too. When i hold the icon to make them wiggle, there are no X in the upper right corner. How do i fix this problem?

Answer: If some app icons on iPhone are dark and waiting, it means that these apps are refreshing in the background.You can click the left navigation bar Delete App Icons to see the solution.

Your iPhone keeps track of pretty much everything you do, and most of the time this is useful. It’s handy to be able to return a missed call from your call log, revisit the website you were reading this morning, and have a record of the questionable messages you sent at 2am in the morning.

But sometimes you may want to clear our this data. Whether you want to selectively delete a few records or indiscriminately nuke the whole lot, here’s how. We won’t even ask you to tell us why.

You can also delete your whole Safari history by heading to  Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data . If you have multiple iOS devices, and you use Safari on your Mac too, this will delete you entire history across all devices.

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Sometimes iPhone applications get stuck waiting or loading when installing. These apps might be frozen with a blank icon and no way to remove them for days. Holding down on the home screen to delete the stuck app won't even show the black circle with an "x" that appears on other icons. Here are instructions on how to delete these waiting applications:

2. If the apps are still stuck on the home screen, try logging out of the App Store temporarily. Navigate to Settings -> Store -> Apple ID -> Sign Out. Now open the App Store and Navigate to the Featured section. Scroll to the bottom of the page and touch the Sign In -> Use Existing Apple ID. Log in and the stuck apps should reset.