Out of the Box Privacy
First, it's important to note that while there are ways of covering your online tracks on your iPad, your ISP or network administrator will always be able to see what you've done and where you've been online. So don't plan on trying to hide every website you visit.
Just like its smaller counterparts, the iPhone and iPod touch, the iPad comes standard with Apple's stripped-down mobile web browser, Safari, which unlike the PC and Mac versions offers no private browsing mode.This means Safari records a history of all in-app Google searches, web sites visited and cookies, and removing that information requires a complicated round-about method of deletion.
To do so, open the settings application on your iPad, select the Safari tab and locate and click each of the buttons labeled "Clear History," "Clear Cookies," and "Clear Cache." To clear saved names and passwords, select the "Autofill" button and click "Clear All."
If this seems needlessly complex, especially for an Apple product, you are not alone. There is a large contingency of app developers that agree, and they're making private browsing on an iPad a priority with browsers of their own.