While browsing the Internet on a computer, most of us are familiar with using Ctrl + F (or Command + F) to search for a particular word on a page – but what if you do so on the phone want to do? If you use Google Chrome, you can easily search for specific words on your iPhone or Android.
The Find on Page feature saves time and can significantly increase productivity for some tasks. If you need to search a large amount of text for specific instances of a word or phrase, this can be useful. What's even better is that this way you can also determine the number of words on the website you are on.
: Find specific words
To start, open Google Chrome ( Android | iOS) and any website. On the page you want to search, press the three dots on the top right of the page (Android) or the ellipsis button on the bottom right (iOS).
From the menu that appears, choose "Search" on page. "Depending on the phone, you may need to scroll down to see a text box after selecting Enter any word or phrase in this box and Chrome finds all occurrences on the page.
To the right of your search term, you can see the total number of terms you see on the website, and there are two arrows on the right side of the search term that can be used to change your currently selected word Navigate the entire page using your search term Top right has an "X" button to close the Search in page feature.
A bar with the length of the app on the right side of Google Chrome shows Ih indicate the position of all your words on the page. It also shows you the position of your currently highlighted word. The currently selected word is a dark orange, as opposed to the yellow that is used for unselected words. You can scroll through your words by scrolling through this bar.