First, let's see what you can do in the app itself. Open Safari and surf to a web page. Swipe down so that you are at the very top of the page. Tap the + sign to open a new tab.
New home page
View all tabs
Tap the two squares icon to view all your open tabs on one screen. Tap the X for each page of tabs that you want to close. Tap Done.
Automatically closing open tabs
Speaking of tabs, the pages that you open in Safari grow and grow until the browser fills up with dozens of open tabs. With iOS 13 and iPadOS you can set a specific time to close all open tabs automatically. Go to Settings> Safari> Close tabs . You can choose to close all tabs manually or have them closed automatically after a day, a week or a month.
Save open tabs as bookmarks
You may have many open tabs that you want to close but that you do not want to lose those pages. With iOS 13 and iPadOS you can save your open tabs as bookmarks. To do this, press the bookmark icon at the top or bottom of your screen. Tap the Add Bookmarks for Tabs command in the menu and your tabbed pages will all be saved.
Do you want to create a bookmark for your current page? Tap the Share icon and select Add Bookmark or Add to Favorites.
Change the bookmark name if desired. Tap Save to save it.
View bookmarks and history
Tap the Bookmarks icon to view your bookmarks. For a peek into your history, tap the clock icon to see the & # 39; s pages you've recently visited. When you are finished, tap the Bookmarks icon again to close the menu.
You can save a web page to read it offline. On the page you want to save, tap the Share icon, and then tap Add to Reading List.
Access to reading list
Tap the Bookmarks icon and tap the Glasses icon to open pages in your reading list online or offline. . Tap the page that you want to read. By default, the page disappears from the reading list after you have read it. To view all pages, including the ones you have already read, tap the Show All link at the bottom of the menu; tap Show unread to return to a list of unread items.
Access to fast settings
With iOS 13 and iPadOS you will find certain settings tucked away in a special place. Tap the double A icon to the left of the address bar. A pop-up menu provides commands to change the zoom level, show the current page in Reader View, hide the toolbar, request the desktop or mobile version of the site, and access even more website settings.
View two pages next to each other
With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, there is another way to share webpages. After tapping the Share icon, tap the link at the top for Options. You can now choose to share the page as a regular web page, as a PDF or as an archive.
Change the download folder
By default, Safari’s Download Manager saves files in the Downloads folder on iCloud. But you can change the location. Open Settings> Safari> Downloads and send them to your iPhone, iPad or another location. Here you can also choose to delete downloaded items after one 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 select where information from Safari is displayed when you ask Siri a question.
Standard search engine
Under the Search settings you can change your default search engine to Google, Yahoo, Bing or DuckDuckGo.
Tap the Auto-completion option, where you can choose which information is entered automatically on websites. You can choose to enter your contact information, but no names and passwords or credit card details.
You can tell Safari to keep track of frequently visited sites, access your favorites when you perform a search or create a new tab, open new tabs in the background, display the Favorites bar, display the block the tab bar and pop-ups.
Privacy and security
Deleting cookies and other data
If you finally want to delete the cookies, history list and other data stored in Safari, tap the "Delete history and website data" setting. Then tap Delete in the pop-up window.
Hidden functions in iOS 13 and iPadOS