Change your sync settings
When you turn on sync, all your profile information, like bookmarks, history, and passwords, saves to your Google Account. You can find your Chrome info on all your devices.
If you don't want to sync everything, you can change what info is saved.
- On your Android device, open the Chrome app .
- At the top right, tap Profile .
- Tap Manage what you sync.
- Turn off "Sync everything."
- Turn off any data you don’t want synced to your account.
Learn about other Google services
Learn more about your non-personalized services settings below and decide which ones you want to keep.
- Allow Chrome sign-in: When you sign in to your Google Account, through a service like Gmail, you’ll be automatically signed in to Chrome. By turning this off, you can sign in to Google sites like Gmail without automatically being signed in to Chrome. Learn more about how to sign out of Chrome.
- Autocomplete searches and URLs: If Google is your default search engine, Chrome may send the text you type in the address bar to Google to get suggested search terms. These suggestions are based on related web searches, your browsing history and popular websites.
- Help improve Chrome security: Chrome will periodically send some system information and page content to Google so we know about any threats you encounter. Chrome will also send this data any time you visit a suspicious site. Learn more about what data helps Chrome get better at blocking bad downloads and detecting malware.
- Make searches and browsing better: Help us improve Chrome and your browsing experience by allowing Google to anonymously collect data about the sites you visit. Chrome usage statistics includes information about the web pages you visit and your usage of them if "Make searches and browsing better" is turned on.
- Safe Browsing protects you and your device from dangerous sites: Get an alert whenever Chrome detects that the websites you visit could be harmful. When you visit a website, Chrome checks it against a list of websites stored on your computer that are known to be bad. If the website matches anything on the list, your browser sends a partial copy of the address to Google to find out if it's a risky site. Learn more about Safe Browsing protection.
- Show suggestions for similar pages when a page can't be found: When you can't connect to a webpage, you can get suggestions for other pages like the one you're trying to reach. Chrome sends Google the web address of the page you're trying to reach to offer you suggestions.
- Touch to Search: When you highlight words in Chrome, you'll see search results about the highlighted words at the bottom of the page.
- Warn you if passwords are exposed in a data breach: You may get an alert from Chrome if you use a password and username combination that has been compromised in a data leak on a third party website or app.
- Learn how we treat your information in our Privacy Notice.
- If you're using a Chromebook at work or school, your network administrator might apply some of these privacy settings for you, in which case you can't change them yourself. For more info, contact your administrator.