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  1. scrubby

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    Is there an app that will automatically delete all browsing data and history when the browser is closed?
     

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    I think dolphin browser gives the option when you back out of it :thumbup:
     
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    You don't indicate which browser or which Android version but most browsers give this option in the settings somewhere.

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    Boat does. I have it checked.
     
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    You're right, sorry about that omission. The phone has ICS 4.3 and I'm using the version of Chrome that came with it.
     
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    Sounds like the members above have found a solution for you. If you don't wish to use Dolphin I know that chrome removes the history when you swipe away the tabs.
     
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    So I sent an email to Dolphin and they responded with the suggestion that I try Dolphin Zero. There's a button you click when you're done browsing and then click exit. The browser deletes all the data and closes. So far a great app.

    Thanx to all that responded.
     

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