If you use any Google app, you will likely be tracked even if you turn off the “Location history” option, but there is only one way to get away with it.
Cnet has revealed a set of steps that help you prevent Google from knowing your geographical location.
The site explained that this would be at the expense of the user losing customized data, such as finding nearby businesses, viewing personalized ads, and search recommendations.
Also, he indicated that the only way to escape knowing your geographical location is summed up in a set of steps that must be followed, the first of which is to log into your Google account and choose “Manage your Google Account.”
Then in the Privacy box, select Manage your data & personalization.
Then scroll down to Manage your activity controls, there make the Web & App Activity box off.
This choice will prevent Google from storing data about your approximate location and other places you go, and information collected from searches or other activities.
Turning off this setting will prevent Google from storing location tags associated with certain actions and stop storing information collected from searches or other activities, the report emphasized. Also, turning it off will keep your approximate location and other places you go, such as your home address, private.