This is the Part 2 of the article: How To Maximize Safari App on iPhone and iPad part 1. Browsing is one of the most frequent activities performed by mobile users. Why Safari? Of course, there are many different browsers for iOS, but Safari as default offers a lot more interesting and useful features. What I want to do in this article, is to help you maximize the browsing experience when using the Safari browser. I shared with you 4 tips, on how to maximize Safari app on iPhone and iPad in my previous article. Here, I’m going to give you even more.
How To Maximize Safari App on iPhone and iPad
Swipe Gesture (Back&Forward, Close Tab)
Swipe from left or right edge of the screen, to go back or forward while browsing.
Swipe gesture to the left, can also be used to close the tab quickly, on show all tab window. To access show all tab, tap (1) see on the pic below.
By tapping it you will be directed to show all windows and swipe the tab that you want to delete to the left, until the tab disappears.
Reader view is a Safari feature, and many users don’t know how great this feature actually is. It allows us to read the articles on the website as we are reading an e-book without being disturbed by another display on that web, so we can fully focus on the content. To activate the reader view, just tap Reader View icon on the right top side bar.
You can also manage the font size by tapping the font size icon on the article.
Reading List is a feature that allows you to save certain pages you want to read in the future. The plus point of this feature is, you can read the pages that you’ve saved on the Reading List even when you are offline.
To access this feature, tap the share button (1) and choose Add to Reading List (2)
To access Reading List in the future, tap Bookmark, then tap Reading List icon. To delete reading list, swipe to the left.