Chrome for Android lets you lock incognito sessions
Google Chrome has released an update that allows Android users to lock their incognito session with a biometric or password code when they exit the application. Chrome for Android users can now lock their incognito sessions with a password code or biometric information when they exit the app.
This feature can be activated by users going to Chrome Settings, Privacy & security and selecting the \”Lock tabs incognito when closing Chrome\” toggle. The next time a Chrome user closes the browser, his incognito session is automatically locked. You can unlock incognito tabs using the biometric unlock of your phone, such as fingerprint unlock or a lock code.