Google Safe Search is a nifty feature available on Android devices. By using this filter, you can easily control search results on Google app you are using on a smartphone app and browsers on a tablet as well. Even if the feature is not 100% accurate, you can use it filter explicit Google search results on indecency using SafeSearch setting.

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As worried parents, you can protect your children from inappropriate search results by using SafeSearch as a parental control on your phone and tablet. Read this tutorial to turn on and turn off Google SafeSearch filter on Android devices.

How to Turn ON or Off Google Safe Search Filter on Android Phone

How to Enable/Disable Google Safe Search Filter on Android Phone

You can block explicit images, videos, and websites from Google search results with the help of Google SafeSearch filter. When you disable SafeSearch filter, Google will supply the most relevant results of your search keywords & key phrases; the search results may include explicit contents when you search for it. Now check the methods to enable or disable Google SafeSearch filter on your Android phone and tablet.

Turn on/off SafeSearch filter on Google app

Step #1. Launch Google app on your Android device.

Launch Google app on Android Phone

Step #2. Now tap on hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) from the bottom right corner of the app.

Tap on hamburger icon in Android Google App

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Step #3. Next tap on Settings.

Tap on Settings in Android Google App

Step #4. Then you need to tap on Accounts & privacy.

Tap on Accounts & privacy in Android Google App Settings

Step #5. Finally, toggle SafeSearch Filter switch ON.

Turn On the Switch to Enable Google Safe Search Filter on Android Phone

Your SafeSearch is active now.

That’s all friends!

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