Category: safari

How to Manage & Delete Bookmarks in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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If you own an iPhone or iPad, chances are, you use Safari to browse the internet. It comes pre-installed on all iOS and iPadOS devices and it just works flawlessly. Like any other web browser, Safari allows you to bookmark countless web pages that you scroll through, and it even syncs them across all your Apple devices using iCloud.

Although bookmarking is a pretty basic feature today, most people don’t really seem to utilize it properly. Keeping your bookmarks organized is key, especially if you browse through hundreds of web pages on a daily basis. Every web…

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How to Use WhatsApp Web on Any Browser

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Need to use WhatsApp from the web? Using WhatsApp Web offers a way to use WhatsApp chat on any device at all with a web browser, regardless of what it is or where it is .

WhatsApp is perhaps one of the most popular instant messaging platforms globally, and although it’s a messaging app designed for smartphones like iPhone and Android, it can be accessed on any device with a desktop-class web browser, thanks to WhatsApp web. This article will show you how to use WhatsApp Web for chatting in a web browser from any device.

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How to View Page Source in Safari on Mac

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Viewing a web pages source code in Safari, and other web browsers, is a fairly routine activity for many people who work with the web for a living or even as a hobby. Unlike some other browsers, to view page source in Safari you must first enable a developer toolset for the browser to be able to access the view web page source feature.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to view a web pages source in Safari on Mac OS. This applies to all versions of Safari and MacOS.

How to View Page Source in Safari for Mac

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How to Bookmark a Web Page in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Want to bookmark a web page or website in Safari on iPhone or iPad? Bookmarks make revisiting websites and webpages super easy, and are an excellent way to keep track of things on the web.

It’s fairly easy to add and manage bookmarks in Safari, but if you had no clue how to use it, you’ve come to the right place. This article will demonstrate how you can bookmark a web page in Safari on your iPhone or iPad.

How to Bookmark a Web Page in Safari on iPhone & iPad

There’s more than one way to bookmark a web page in the default Safari browser and we’ll be…

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How to Download PDF Files from Safari on Mac

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Wondering how to download and save PDF files from Safari to a Mac? If you frequently encounter and work with PDF documents on the web, you might be interested in saving them locally to your Mac from time to time. With Safari, it’s easy to open, save, and download PDF files to the Mac.

The process is quite simple as this tutorial will demonstrate through several different ways to download PDF files to save them to the Mac from Safari.


You may have noticed that default Safari will automatically open PDF files that are clicked into in-browser windows. That can…

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How to Restore Lost Safari Bookmarks with iCloud

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Have you deleted or lost Safari bookmarks from iPhone, iPad, or Mac somehow? If so you can use a procedure we’ll outline here to restore and recover lost Safari bookmarks back to your device.

Most iPhone and iPad owners make use of Safari to browse the web, and creating bookmarks of favorite sites (like osxdaily.com of course) is a common procedure. Since it’s the web browser that comes pre-installed on iOS and iPadOS, Safari works seamlessly with other devices in the Apple ecosystem, and iCloud can help sync your bookmarks too.

Bookmarks, History, and…

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How to Handoff Safari from Mac to iPhone

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Have you ever stumbled into something while browsing the web in Safari on Mac that you’d like to continue reading, watching, or listening to on your iPhone? This is the perfect scenario for the Handoff feature, which allows you to pass an app session from one Apple device to another so long as a few conditions are met.

This article will show you how to use Handoff to pass a web page from Mac to iPhone.


To be able to use Handoff with Safari from Mac to iPhone, all devices must be using the same Apple ID and iCloud account, Handoff must be enabled on Mac and…

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How to Add a Website to Home Screen of iPhone & iPad in iOS 13

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Want to put a website directly on your iPhone or iPad home screen for super easy and quick access? If you have a website you visit often (like osxdaily.com of course) you may want to add that website to the Home Screen of iPhone or iPad. This places an icon for the chosen website on your devices home screen that can then be tapped on like any other app icon, and when tapped it opens that chosen webpage in Safari on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

Adding a website to the home screen of iOS and iPadOS can be done with any website, whether you bookmark the site or…

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How to Reverse Image Search with Google on iPhone

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Want to perform a reverse image search with Google from iPhone using Safari or Chrome? If you’ve ever wanted to get information regarding an image, or verify the authenticity of a picture you found on the internet, we wouldn’t be surprised if you tried reverse image searching it on Google.

This excellent tool has been available to users for years now and is widely used on desktop browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. By visiting Google Images, anyone could perform a reverse image search from their computer or tablet within a matter of…

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How to Take Full Page Screenshots in Safari on iPhone & iPad

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Have you ever wanted to take a full webpage screenshot in Safari on iPhone or iPad? Now you can do exactly that with the latest iOS and iPadOS releases, where you’re able to snap full page screenshot and save it as a PDF file, which can then be shared, saved locally, edited, printed, or anything else you’d like to do with it.

Android smartphones have had the ability to capture scrolling screenshots for quite a while now. Also known as full page or long screenshots, this feature allows users to take a screenshot of an entire web page and share it with anyone,…

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