Enhanced Incognito mode has been replaced with “Help use improve Mi Browser” which now clearly mentions that if you turn it on, it will share aggregated data stats in Incognito mode.
This is now reflected in Mint Browser and Mi Browser Pro downloaded from the Play Store.
The update enables an option to let users turn off/on aggregated data collection when in incognito mode, and it is off by default.
The update will be rolled out to all users starting today for all three products, the preloaded Mi Browser, Mi Browser Pro and Mint Browser.
Mi Browser Pro can be downloaded from the Play Store here and Mint Browser can be downloaded from here.

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