First, let's look at what you can do in the app itself. Open Safari and navigate to a webpage. Swipe down to be at the top of the page. Tap the plus sign (+) to open a new tab.
New Home Page
Show all tabs
Tap the squares icon to display all open tabs on a screen. Tap the X for any tab page you want to close. Touch Done.
Automatically close tab opening
Speaking of tabs: The pages opened in Safari grow larger and larger until the browser is crowded with dozens of open tabs. On iOS 13 and iPadOS, you can set a specific time to automatically close all open tabs. Go to Settings> Safari> Close Tabs . You can close all tabs manually, or set them to close automatically after a day, week, or month.
Bookmarking open tabs
You may 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 bookmark your open tabs. Press the bookmark icon at the top or bottom of the screen. On the menu, tap the Add Bookmarks for Tabs command to save all the tab pages.
Do you want to bookmark your current page? Touch the Share icon and select Add bookmark or Add to favorites.
If necessary, change the name of the bookmark. Touch Save to save it.
Show bookmarks and history
To view your bookmarks, tap the bookmark icon. To take a look at your history, tap the clock icon to see the last pages viewed. When you're done, tap the bookmark icon again to close the menu.
You can save a web page to read offline. On the page you want to save, tap the Share icon, and then tap Add to Reading List.
Accessing Reading List
To access pages in your Reading List online or offline, tap the Bookmark icon and then the Glasses icon. Touch the page you want to read. By default, the page is removed from the reading list after reading. At the bottom of the menu, tap the Show all link to see all pages, including those already read. Tap Show Unread to return to a list of unread items.
Get Quick Settings
See iOS 13 and iPadOS for specific settings in a specific location. Touch the double-A icon on the left side of the address bar. A pop-up menu provides commands for changing the zoom level, displaying the current page in Reader view, hiding the toolbar, getting the desktop or mobile version of the site, and accessing other site settings.
Show two pages side by side
On iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, there is another way to share web pages. After tapping the sharing icon, tap the options link at the top. You can now share the page as a regular web page, as a PDF or as an archive.
Changing the Download Folder
By default, the Safari Download Manager saves files in the iCloud download folder. But you can change the location. Open Settings> Safari> Downloads and send it to your iPhone, iPad or other location. You can also choose to remove downloaded items after a day, after a successful download, or manually.
Create screenshot of the Enter page
Let's take a look at the key settings that you can customize for Safari. Open Settings> Safari> Siri & Search . Here you can choose where information from Safari will be displayed 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.
Tap the option for AutoFill where you can choose Which information is automatically entered on websites? You can choose to fill out your contact information, but not names and passwords or credit card information.
You can tell Safari to keep track of frequently visited sites, allow access to your favorites when you perform a search or create a new tab, open new tabs in the background, show the Favorites bar, and Show the tab and block pop-ups.
Privacy and Security
Deleting cookies and other data
If you want to delete the cookies, history, and other data stored in Safari, tap the Clear History and Site Data setting. Then tap Delete in the pop-up box.
Hidden Features in iOS 13 and iPadOS