First, let's see what you can do in the app itself. Open Safari and browse a web page. Pull down so you are at the top of the page. Press the + sign to open a new tab.
New home page
Show all tabs
Touch the icon with the two boxes to see all your open tabs on one screen. Touch X for all tabs you want to close. Touch Done.
Auto Close Open Tabs
Speaking of tabs, the pages you open in Safari have a way to grow and grow until the browser gets messy with dozens of open tabs. With iOS 13 and iPadOS, you can set a certain amount of time to automatically close all open tabs. Go to Settings> Safari> Close Tabs . You can choose to close all tabs manually or choose to close them automatically after a day, a week or a month.
Save open tabs as bookmarks
You can have many open tabs that you want to close but you do not want to lose those pages. With iOS 13 and iPadOS, you can save your open tabs as bookmarks. To do this, touch the bookmark icon at the top or bottom of the screen. In the menu, press the command to add tab bookmarks and your tab pages are all saved.
Want to bookmark your current page? Click the Share icon and select Add Bookmark or Add to Favorites.
Change the bookmark name if you want. Click Save to save it.
View Bookmarks and History
To view your bookmarks, tap the bookmark icon. For a look at your history, click on the clock icon to see the pages you recently opened. When you're done, touch the bookmark icon again to close the menu.
You can save a web page to read it offline. Click the Share icon on the page you want to save, and then tap Add to Reading List.
Accessing the Reading List
To access all pages of your reading list online or offline, touch the bookmark icon and touch the Glasses icon. . Click on the page you want to read. By default, the page disappears from the reading list after reading it. To see all pages, including those that you have already read, press the link to View all at the bottom of the menu; tap View unread to return to a list of unread items.
Access quick settings
With iOS 13 and iPadOS, you can find some settings in a special place. Click the double A icon to the left of the address bar. A pop-up menu offers commands to change the zoom level, view the current page in reader view, hide the toolbar, request the desktop or mobile version of the site, and access even more site settings.
View two pages side by side
With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, there is another way to share web pages. After clicking on the Share icon, tap the link at the top of Options. You can now choose to share the page as a regular web page, as a PDF or as an archive.
Changing the Downloads Folder
By default, Safari & # 39; s Download Manager saves files in the Downloads folder on iCloud. But you can change the place. Open Settings> Safari> Downloads and send them to your iPhone, iPad or anywhere else. Here you can also choose to delete downloaded items after a day, after a successful download or manually.
Take a screenshot of the Enter page
Now let's look at the core settings that you can adjust for Safari. Open Settings> Safari> Siri & Search . Here you can choose where Safari information should appear when you ask Siri a question.
Default search engine
Under Search settings, you can change your default search engine to Google, Yahoo, Bing or DuckDuckGo.
Touch the AutoFill option, where you can select which information is automatically filled in on websites. You can choose to have your contact information filled in, but not your name and password or credit card details.
You can tell Safari to keep track of frequently visited websites, let your favorites access when you search or create a new tab, open new tabs in the background, view the Favorite bar, view the tab bar and block popups -window.
Privacy and security
Clear cookies and other data
Finally, if you want to clear cookies, history list and other data stored in Safari, click on the "Clear history and website data" setting. Then click Clear in the popup box.
Hidden features in iOS 13 and iPadOS