Android phone users have been able to get their browsing history from Google, even without a password, thanks to a software tweak from a new developer.
The developer, who goes by the moniker Jadad, says he used a custom application called PhoneExtractor to extract the phone’s information from Google’s servers.
The app can automatically create a new folder for the user’s browsing history, which can then be saved in a new location.
The data can then come from Google for use by other apps and services.
Jadad has since launched an Android app called Phone Extractor which allows Android users to have their browsing histories stored locally on the phone and also from Google.
The app is available in the Play Store, but Jadabot has since added a new Android version as well.
Users of the new Android phone app can now easily search for specific browsing history items, such as phone number or web address, using a single tap.
This information can be used by third-party apps, such Google Now and other Google services, to display phone information such as calls and messages, as well as information about the user.
Users can also create new folders for browsing history using a search query or by clicking the “Create” button in the app.
Users who want to retrieve their browsing information can either have the search query appear in a pop-up box in the search box of the app, or use the “Add search query” button which appears on the screen when clicking the app’s icon.
Once a user’s history is retrieved, the user can have the history available in Google search or on Google Now, as a list of items.
Users also have the option of storing their browsing data on the device itself, such a USB drive, in a cloud-based data storage service.