google search history
Google has made it easier to delete your entire google search history, letting you wipe what you’ve looked for online in just a few clicks. It’s part of Google’s drive to be more transparent about the data it collects on you, and provide better options for deciding how it’s used. Previously, you had to dive deep into your Google account (https://myaccount.google.com) to erase your google search history.
Now you can do this without leaving google search. Visit www.google.co.uk(means www.google.com), click Settings at the bottom right, then ‘Your data in Search’. Next, scroll down the page that loads and click‘Delete last hour’ or ‘Delete all Search activity’ (see screenshot). This will delete all the queries you’ve typed into Google’s Search box, or into Chrome’s address bar (called the‘omnibox’) when you’re signed into either.
click Settings at the bottom right
click Your data in Search
Then sign in your Gmail account
login in your google account
scroll down the page and click‘Delete last hour’ or ‘Delete all Search activity’
In android phone also you can delete your google search history data