By storing items like thumbnails, photos, and other snippets on your device, cached data makes websites and apps run faster. A webpage or app will load faster if you use it regularly because part of the data is already on your device. To ensure that it is not keeping any superfluous data, it is advised to routinely empty the cache data. We demonstrate how to erase Google Chrome cookies and clean its cache on an Android smartphone in this article.
Also Read: How To Delete Cookies From An iPhone (iOS 16)?
How to Remove Cookies and Clear Cache in Google Chrome on Android
Open the Google Chrome browser first.
Step 2: Select History by tapping the three dots in the top right corner.
Choose Clear Browsing Data in Step 3.
Choose the time frame for data destruction in step four. Pick All Time if you wish to remove everything.
The boxes next to Cookies, Site data, and Cached images and files should all be checked in step 5.
Tap Clear Data in Step 6.
How to Delete Google Chrome Cookies and Clear Cache on Android using Settings
Step 1: Select Apps from the Settings menu on your smartphone.
Step 2: Tap on Storage after choosing Google Chrome.
Step 3: At the bottom of your screen, click Clear Cache.
For more information, see How To Install Google Chrome on Android TV (2022).
On an Android smartphone, follow these steps to erase Google Chrome cookies and clear the browser’s cache. The cache does not require frequent clearing. Clearing the cache may be helpful if you notice that your smartphone has slowed down a little. Other smartphone apps’ caches can be cleared as well, as detailed in our instructions here.
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