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How to Set Firefox as Default Browser on iPhone & iPad

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If you’re one of the iPhone or iPad users who use Firefox to browse the web instead of Safari or Chrome, you’ll be excited to know that you can now set it as the default web browser on your device.

Thanks to the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS, Apple has given users the option to set third-party apps as default apps on their iPhones and iPads, including the ability to change default web browsers and default email clients. Prior to this, if you had clicked a link in any app it would open the webpage in Safari rather than the browser you might rather use,…

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How to Change Default Web Browser on iPhone & iPad

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Ever wanted to change your default web browser on iPhone from Safari to something like Chrome or Firefox? Perhaps you use another popular third-party browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Opera to browse the web instead on your other devices, and you want to keep consistent. Whatever the case, you’ll be pleased to know that you can now change the default web browser on your iPhone and iPad.

Safari has always been the default web browser on iPhones and iPads, and up until now there was no way you could change that, though you could always install other browsers and…

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How to Set Google Chrome as Default Browser on iPhone & iPad

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You can now change the default web browser app on iPhone and iPad to be Chrome, so if you’d rather use Chrome instead of Safari, that’s now an easy option, as long as your device is running iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 or later.

For the longest time, no matter what third-party browser you used on your iPhone, Safari was still the default web browser. This meant that whenever you click on a web link within apps, the page opens up in Safari, even if you’d rather use another browser like Google Chrome. You would then have to pass the link over to Chrome manually….

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