At one time we may have only visited a browser once or twice a day, but browsers are now used much more often. Which browser do you use and why?
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With the new split-screen view feature in iOS 9, the iPad has become a great productivity tool. Here’s how to enable the multi-tasking features in iPad.
Mobile Safari in iOS 10 provides top-notch web surfing for the iPhone. Find out some of its new features and tips to troubleshoot its performance issue.
Want to switch from your current web browser to Safari without losing bookmarks, history, and passwords? Here’s how to import data to Safari from another browser.
Safari on Mac lets you view the source code of a webpage but not like in Chrome or Firefox.You’ll first need to unlock a hidden menu. Here’s how.
Wondering how to do CTRL + F on an iOS device? Here’s how you can find any word in a web page in Safari for iOS 9.
Having too many tabs open at one time in your browser can be very hard to manage, among other things. Here are some ways to manage tabs in Safari on Mac.
One of the most essential apps in all of our arsenals, whether we do our computing on a mobile device, laptop, or desktop, is the browser. Are you loyal to one browser or are you constantly switching?
Tired of seeing search suggestions in the address bar on your desktop or mobile device? Here’s how to disable search suggestions in Chrome and Safari.
The latest version of Safari on Mac allows you to clean the cache files individually instead of removing all browsing data. Here’s how to enable and use it.
Sometimes the Safari browser on your Apple devices goes out of sync and stays that way. Luckily, you can force sync Safari history to get it back on track. Here’s how.
Ever wished that you could download all images from Web pages at once? In this article we show you a simple three-part Automator script on Mac that does that.
Safari in OS X 10.11 El Capitan has a useful feature: pinned sites. It appears as a tiny square icon, located to the left of your tabs and never goes away.
What if there was a way for you to quickly open your current Safari webpage in the Google Chrome browser on your Mac with a single-click? Luckily, there is!
If you want to see how a site looks in a specific browser, you can change the user agent in Safari on Mac and pretend to be another browser. Here’s how.
If you come across a useful webpage on your iPad, you can easily save it as a PDF file. Here is how can save the webpages as PDF on your iPad.
The Safari for iOS comes with a nice little option that let you add an icon, as a bookmark for a website on the home screen. Here’s how you can do so.
If you use Safari in OS X Mavericks, you can use Apple’s Secure Credit Card storage feature in the browser to store your credit card info locally in Safari.