Almost everyone uses Google for searching anything and everything, and you may have noticed, whenever you are about to search for something Google shows you some popular or trending searches people have been searching for.
For many users this is relevant, however, some users are either not interested in the trending searches or might not find it relevant at all according to their personal choice.
The annoyance is real, and if you have been searching for a way to disable the feature, it definitely ends here.
Turn Off Trending Searches in Chrome on Android
To turn off trending searches on your Android device, first head to the ‘Chrome’ app from your app drawer/list.
Then, tap on your account picture present on the top section of your screen.
After that, tap on your ‘Google services’ present under the ‘You and Google’ section on the ‘Settings’ screen.
Finally, locate the ‘Autocomplete searches and URLs’ option and toggle the switch following the option to ‘Off’ position.
That’s it, you will no longer see trending searches when you are searching for something.
Turn Off Trending Searches in Chrome on iOS
Turning off the option for trending searches on an iOS device is a tad bit different. In fact, it is just a three-tap procedure.
First, launch the ‘Chrome’ app from the home screen of your iOS device.
Next, click on your account picture situated on the top right corner of the screen.
After that, scroll down and locate the ‘Autocomplete searches and URLs’ option. Then, switch the toggle following the option to the ‘Off’ position.
The trending search feature is now disabled.
Turn Off Trending Searches in Chrome on Desktop
Turning off the trending search feature in Chrome is as plain sailing as it gets. You will just need a few clicks to disable the feature.
First, launch the Chrome app from the Start Menu, taskbar, or desktop shortcut.
Then, click on the kebab menu situated on the top right corner of the screen. Then, click on the ‘Settings’ option from the overlay menu.
Now, click on the ‘Sync and Google services’ present under the ‘You and Google’ section.
After that, scroll down and toggle the switch to the ‘Off’ position following the ‘Auto-complete searches and URLs’ option present under the ‘Other Google services’ section.
Well folks, now you won’t be annoyed with those trending searches coming up when you are trying to search for something.