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Explore the web with lightning-fast speed, powerful privacy protections and robust customization options. With Safari you can browse sites, translate web pages, and access your tabs across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. Features • Passwords, bookmarks, history, tabs and more seamlessly sync across iPhone, iPad and Mac • Private Browsing mode doesn’t save your history and keeps your browsing your business • Intelligent Tracking Prevention prevents trackers from following you across websites you visit • Tab Groups let you save and organize your tabs and access them across iOS, iPadOS and macOS • Profiles help keep your browsing history, website data, and more separate between topics like work and personal • Shared Tab Groups help you share tabs and collaborate with family and friends • Extensions allow you to personalize Safari and add even more functionality to the browser • Reader formats articles for easy reading without ads, navigation, or other distracting items • Privacy Report shows known trackers that have been blocked from tracking you • Reading List easily saves articles for you to read later • Voice Search lets you search the web using just your voice • Web page translation converts entire webpages into other languages right in the browser • Handoff effortlessly passes what you’re doing in Safari from one device to another • Add to Home Screen allows you to quickly launch a website or web app from your Home Screen

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To much scams…please READ!

So whenever I use this app/ Safari it get these trackers and scammers to get my location and this is making me nervous. I installed ad blocker I think it’s called and I blocked some trackers which made me feel better. Every time you search something you usually get a scam or tracker. I do not like when people track me down. I rarely use this app because of the scams and risks. I think it is an OK app in general because it’s the people making these small BAD websites. The reason I gave it 4 stars is because it could use work but it is pretty much like google. I use google way more because I feel like it is much safer than safari. I could be wrong… Safari could use some work with all these BAD websites. Can you block these bad websites? I would love to block these websites cause they are scary. Also watch out for nine anime/ 9anime websites… I searched up 9anime on safari and clicked a link. It looked safe but then these inappropriate pop ups kept coming. I immediately got off. I checked my ‘ How much trackers we have prevented’ or whatever it’s called it said that it had prevented 14 trackers from getting my IP address. This was good and bad news. I’m glad that safari and google can prevent these trackers but it is bad because this is dangerous. BE CAREFUL ON SAFARI!!!

Your Underrated Prince, Safari

In my humble opinion, Safari is the underrated king among multiple web browsers on the market. I was a PC devotee from ‘95 to ‘16, since then, it’s been all Tim Cook 🍎 all the time. My only regret is not purchasing a smartphone back in ‘07 from Steve Jobs. Presently, I own an iPhone 6s Plus in rose gold (2016), iPad Mini (2016), iPad Pro (2019) & MacBook (2018) in rose gold with matching Beats By Dre headphones. All four are set up with Safari, not Chrome, TOR, Brave, Edge, or DDGo. I love the ability to quickly save favorites, add to reading list & share content to other platforms. My favorites are alphabetized for quick reference & the reading list keeps all articles & pages in chronological order for quick recall. Also, I learned Safari quickly because it’s extremely user friendly. The browser helped my navigation of Apple when switching from PC. I’ll admit, learning MacBook isn’t easy, but, Safari keeps things familiar for me on the desktop. When lost, just go back to Safari & start over. It’s surprising no one in tech media mentions Safari more often as a go to source for navigating the internet. Chrome is the reigning king of, Land Of Browsers, without an heir apparent. I nominate Safari as the prince with future king potential. Citizens of Land Of Browsers don’t like their chrome-plated dirty laundry aired, sold or tracked.

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My wife went into google sandbox and put all my information on there under business add settings. I need all deleted and if there’s any copies sent to my email if not delete and I’m pressing charges and I’ll contact Google myself also she has taken my Apple IDs her and her new bow means boyfriend after 20 years of marriage with me. I gave her my whole life and she has done nothing but take from me. I’m heartbroken but mainly I suffer from PTSD social anxiety, agoraphobia shell shop and now I have a vascular disease in my left leg, wonder where that came from if you would please erase from my iPhone SE that was just bought. I have also another one sitting here that was just bought last year not even a year ago that is also tore up with my Apple ID locked reeving, but she retrieved one while ago. It was two hours after it said it was available. She uses Bluetooth devices to get past off of messenger to get into my phone, please fix everything and press charges with anything. My name has on it because I didn’t do it. I have two different iPhone sitting here that I can give you the serial numbers to that. I can’t even put on my phone on my app because it has been taken, plus the IMEI.

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Use your Google Account on your iPhone or iPad

You can use your Google Account on your mobile device in a few different ways.

Sign in to Safari

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You can sign in to your Google Account on Safari, the browser that comes on your device. Signing in to Safari allows:

  • A more personalized experience when using Google products on the web
  • One-tap sign-in to websites and apps
  • More control over your privacy settings

When you're signed in, your Google Account activity controls and ad preferences automatically apply to Safari.

Sign in automatically

When you sign in to a Google app or third-party product with your Google Account, you automatically sign in to your Google Account in Safari. That way, you don't have to sign in to your account again on your device.

If you don't want to be signed in to Safari with your Google Account, you can sign out at any time.

To find out if you're signed in to Safari with your Google Account:

  • On your iPhone or iPad, open the Safari app.
  • Go to www.google.com .
  • On the top right, look for your profile image. If you see it, you're already signed in. If not, you aren't signed in.

To sign in to Safari with your Google Account:

  • Tap your profile image or Sign in .
  • Follow the sign-in steps.

Note: You can sign in on other Google product sites, but the sign-in steps might differ.

To sign out and remove your Google Account from Safari:

and then

  • Choose the account you want to remove, then select Done .

You can add your Google Account back to Safari at any time.

Note : If there's no Google account on any of your Google apps, your device will be signed out.

Sign in to Google apps

Download the apps of your favorite Google products, like Gmail or YouTube, to use them on your iPhone or iPad.

First, download the app you want

  • On your iPhone or iPad, open the App Store.
  • Find and download the app you want. Be sure to confirm it's by Google Inc.

Next, sign in with your Google Account

The sign-in process differs from product to product. Here are a few popular Google apps and instructions for how to add, switch, or remove accounts.

Add or switch accounts

To sign in to the Google app with your Google Account:

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  • To add an account for the first time: Tap Sign in .
  • To add another account: On the top left, tap your profile image. Tap the account that's already signed in.
  • Select the account you want to use. (If it's not listed, choose Add account and follow the sign-in steps.)

Sign out and remove your account

To sign out and remove your Google Account from the Google app:

  • On the top left, tap your profile image. Tap the account that's signed in.

Back

  • On the top right, choose Done .

Add accounts

To sign in to the Gmail app with your Google Account:

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  • To add your account for the first time, sign in when asked. To add another account, follow the steps below.

Menu

  • Next to accounts you want to add, turn on the switch.
  • Next to accounts you don't want to add, turn off the switch.
  • On the top left, select Done .

You can see mail for only one account at a time.

Switch accounts

To use the Gmail app with a different Google Account:

  • Tap the account that's signed in, then tap the account you'd like to switch to.

Remove your account

To remove your Google Account from the Gmail app:

  • Next to the account you'd like to remove, tap Remove . Confirm your choice if asked.

To sign in to the YouTube app with your Google Account:

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  • To add another account: Tap Switch accounts .

Sign out of your account

To sign out and remove your Google Account from the YouTube app:

  • In the top right, tap the profile image.​

Keep your apps up to date

Important: To enhance user protection, Google no longer allows users to sign in to certain versions of Google iOS apps released before 2020. Up to date versions of these apps are more secure. 

To update your Google Apps on iOS, first make sure you have the latest version of iOS on your device. Then, update your apps in the App Store.

Tip: If you're still unable to sign in to Google Apps on iOS, try to sign in to your  Google Account or Gmail  from your browser. 

Sync your account with Apple apps

You can sync your content in certain Google products with the corresponding apps that come on your iPhone or iPad. For example, you can:

  • Get your emails from Gmail in the Mail app
  • See your Google Calendar events in the Calendar app

To sync content from your Google Account with the Apple apps on your device:

  • On your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app.
  • Tap Contacts . You might need to scroll down.
  • Tap Add account . If you've already synced a Google Account to your device, tap Accounts .

and then

  • Follow the instructions to sign in to your Google Account.
  • Choose which Google apps to sync with your device. You can update these settings at any time.

The Google Account data you choose will sync with your iPhone or iPad. To see your content, open the corresponding app.

You can change which content from your Google Account syncs with the Apple apps on your device. You can also remove your Google Account from your Apple apps at any time, which stops syncing.

To change what syncs or remove your Google Account:

  • Select Mail, Contacts, or Calendars .
  • Choose the account you'd like to edit or remove.
  • To change what content syncs: Next to the content you want to sync, turn on the switch. Turn it off for content you don't want to sync.
  • To remove your account: Select Delete Account .

Sign in to other apps

You can sign in to some non-Google apps and websites with your Google Account .

Important: Whenever you sign in to a third-party product with your Google Account, you automatically sign in to Safari as well.

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Coming with safari 14 on macos and ios.

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Safari 14, the version of Apple’s browser that will ship with iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur, will let you use Face ID or Touch ID to log in to websites built to support the feature. The functionality was confirmed in the browser’s beta release notes , and Apple has detailed how the feature works in a WWDC video for developers. The functionality is built on the WebAuthn component of the FIDO2 standard, developed by the FIDO Alliance. It should make logging into a website as easy as logging into an app secured with Touch ID or Face ID.

WebAuthn is an API that aims to make web logins simpler and more secure. Unlike passwords, which are often easily guessed and vulnerable to phishing attacks, WebAuthn uses public key cryptography and can use security methods like biometrics or hardware security keys to verify your identity. It’s a standard that individual websites need to add support for, but being supported by the stock browser in iOS has the potential to be a major boost for adoption.

Last year’s iOS 13.3 added support for physical FIDO2 security keys

This isn’t the first time Apple has supported parts of the FIDO2 standard. Last year’s iOS 13.3 added support for physical FIDO2-compliant security keys with the Safari web browser, and Google started making use of this with its accounts on iOS earlier this month. These security keys offer more protection for your account since an attacker would need physical access to your key to gain access to your account. Support for security keys also came to Safari on macOS in 2019 . However, Safari 14’s functionality should be a lot more seamless, relying on the biometric security that’s built into your Apple device rather than needing a separate piece of hardware in the form of a security key.

The new iOS functionality is similar to what’s previously been added to Android. Google’s mobile OS gained FIDO2 certification last year , and the company later made it possible to log into some of its services in the Chrome browser on Android without needing a password .

Apple’s devices have been able to use Touch ID and Face ID as part of the online login process in the past, but previously, this has relied on using the biometric security to autofill previously stored passwords into websites. Once set up, WebAuthn can be used to bypass the password process, meaning it’s not vulnerable to the same kinds of attacks that can make passwords insecure.

Apple, which joined the FIDO Alliance earlier this year, joins a growing list of companies that are throwing their weight behind the FIDO2 standard. As well as the Google initiatives detailed above, Microsoft announced plans to make Windows 10 password-less last year, and it started allowing users to sign into its accounts in its Edge browser using security keys and its biometric Windows Hello security feature back in 2018.

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How to Manage Your Passwords in Safari

Like other browsers, Safari has a built-in password manager that can autofill website usernames and passwords for you. Here's how to see, edit, and add saved passwords in Safari on the Mac and in iOS .

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When you log into sites or create a new login, Safari will ask you if you want to save the password (and username). It can also save your credit cards and contact information. If you have iCloud 's Keychain Access set up, this saved information is also synced across your Mac and iOS devices in an encrypted file.

View and Edit Your Stored Passwords in Safari on the Mac

1. Go to Preferences in the Safari menu.

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2. Click the Passwords tab.

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Safari will show you the sites it has saved your logins for.

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To copy the URL, username, or password, right-click on the login

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To show the password for an individual login:

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1. Double-click the password field. You'll be prompted to enter your Apple password first.

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To show passwords for all or multiple logins:

1. Hold down the Command key while you click on sites to select them. 2. Check the "Show passwords for selected websites". Again, you'll be prompted to enter your Apple password before the passwords will be revealed.

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To delete a login:

1. Select it and click the Remove button.

To add a new login:

1. Click the Add button.

2. Enter the URL, username, and password.

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View Your Stored Passwords in Safari on the iPad

In iOS, you can manage your saved passwords and add new ones from the Settings app.

1. Open the Settings app.

2. Tap Safari then Passwords.

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3. Use Touch ID or enter your passcode to continue.

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Safari will list the passwords it has saved for you:

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To view saved passwords:

1. Tap on the site name.

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1. Tap Edit.

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2. Tap the minus sign next to the site name.

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3. Tap Delete.

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To add a new log in:

1. T ap Add Password

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How to view a saved password in safari on iphone and ipad.

If you've forgotten a website password but have saved it before using Safari on your iPhone or iPad, you can easily retrieve it. Here's how.

It can be frustrating when you need to log into a site on a different device or browser but you’ve lost the password. Luckily, if you've previously stored that password using Safari on iPhone or iPad , you can easily retrieve it. Here’s how.

First, launch "Settings," which can usually be found on the first page of your Home screen or on your Dock.

Scroll down the list of Settings options until you see "Passwords & Accounts." Tap it.

In the "Passwords & Accounts" section, tap "Website & App Passwords."

After you pass authentication (using Touch ID, Face ID, or your passcode), you will see a list of saved account information organized alphabetically by website name. Scroll through or use the search bar until you find the entry with the password you need. Tap it.

On the next screen, you will see account info in detail, including the username and the password.

If possible, memorize the password quickly and try to avoid writing it down on paper. If you often have trouble managing passwords, it's better to use a password manager instead .

Related: Why You Should Use a Password Manager, and How to Get Started

Safari Password Manager: How to save, view and manage passwords in Apple's browser

Thanks to iCloud Keychain, you can save browser username and password combinations.

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Step by step guide to using the safari password manager, final thoughts.

You probably already know about iCloud if you're using at least one Apple device. The cloud storage and synchronization service allows it to store and access content across multiple devices, including Mac, iPhone, iPad, and more.  These include files and information like documents, photos, music, video, and contacts.

Apple's iCloud service is also at the heart of the iCloud Keychain , where you can store website usernames/passwords, among other items. In this how-to, we're concentrating on how to add, edit, and delete Safari password content. Similar tools are available on other browsers like Microsoft Edge and Mozilla Firefox . 

  • You should also consider the best browsers and best secure browsers .  

Steps for saving, viewing and managing passwords

  • Before you can save any username/password combinations, you must first be sure to have an Apple ID or iCloud account.
  • From there, you can begin adding usernames and passwords for websites you frequent. 
  • You can also take advantage of Apple's new passkey feature. 
  • Safari is only available on Apple devices such as Mac, iPhone, and iPad. 

1. Go into the manager

Safari passwords

To get started, you must first create an Apple ID . The username/password combinate is usable across all Apple devices to log into iCloud.com. You can proceed once you have an Apple ID and are logged into your device. 

On Mac, the Safari password manager is located by choosing Safari on the menu bar at the top left of your Mac. From there, click Settings from the pull-down menu. 

Next, click on the Passwords option at the top. Input your password as needed. 

2. Adjust existing password settings

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You can adjust password information in the iCloud Keychain directly from Safari. To get started, go into the Passwords section of Mac Settings (see above) and log in as necessary. Then, use the search box on the left side of the display to find the password information you wish to change. Click Edit . 

You can change the username and password for a website and add notes when applicable. After making a change, click Save . 

Click Delete Password to delete the password information. 

Thanks to iCloud, any changes you make here will also be reflected in other Apple devices that use your Apple ID. 

4. Using Autofill in Safari

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With AutoFill, you can fill in your previously saved usernames and website passwords. The tool is also a great way to add a new username/password combination for the first time and to create a strong password. 

You will see AutoFill pop up when a website asks you to create a password.

You will see an Autofill prompt In Safari when it's time to use or create a password. 

Click the AutoFill Key button, then choose Suggest New Password . For optimal security, you should use the suggested strong password. However, if you choose not to use the suggested password, you can easily select the password field, click “ Don’t Use ,” and enter your preferred password.

From there, enter the rest of the required information to create the website account.

Why use a separate password manager instead of a browser?

While most web browsers have their own password management feature, except for Safari which incorporates it into iCloud Keychain, in-browser password managers have limitations. They can only be used with one specific browser and cannot be accessed from other browsers. On the other hand, standalone password managers are compatible with any browser on your device, making them a more versatile option. Moreover, it is important to consider security when choosing a password manager. Browsers are not updated as frequently as standalone password managers, which can pose a security risk in case of a breach.

Does Safari have a built-in VPN?

Like many other browsers, Safari does not come with a pre-installed VPN. However, several reliable third-party VPNs like ExpressVPN, NordVPN, and SurfShark can easily be integrated with Safari. With a VPN, you can significantly boost the security and privacy of your online activities.

Are browser password managers safe?

To guarantee the safety of your passwords, using browser password managers like Safari with encryption is a great first step. However, there are additional measures you can take to further enhance your protection. It is highly recommended to create a strong and secure master password. The newest optional feature in Microsoft Edge mandates that you input your master password before making any changes to the password manager, thereby adding an extra layer of security. Regularly backing up your password manager is also a wise precaution in case of loss or theft. Another crucial step is creating a Firefox profile, allowing content synchronization across devices. This ensures that any changes made on your computer are reflected on your mobile device and vice versa.

What is iCloud Keychain?

iCloud Keychain is a highly reliable password manager that securely stores sensitive information such as passwords and credit card details in an online vault as part of Apple’s iCloud suite of services. Users can easily access their stored data by simply logging in to the same iCloud account on any Apple device. Thanks to the end-to-end encryption feature, user data is protected and can only be accessed by the user, even in the unlikely event of an iCloud account breach. Furthermore, the two-factor authentication feature provides an extra layer of security to user accounts, ensuring that they remain safe and secure at all times.

What are Apple Passkeys?

Apple Passkeys hope to eliminate the need for passwords eventually. This authentication method adheres to industry standards and guarantees improved security features while streamlining the login experience.

Passkeys create a unique cryptographic key pair for every website or application you use. The website or app stores the public key while the private one remains on your device. When you log in, your device produces a cryptographic signature using the private key. The website or application can then authenticate your identity by verifying this signature. With Passkeys, you can rest assured that your online security is in good hands.

Like passwords, passkeys are kept in Apple's iCloud Keychain. 

The built-in Safari password manager, part of the iCloud Keychain, makes tracking website usernames and passwords easier. Better still, those items carry over to other Apple devices, including iPhone and iPad. In the coming years, Apple hopes to eliminate the need for passwords and replace them with more secure passkeys. However, username and password combinations remain the most popular choice for website authentication. 

You might also be interested in Google Chrome now supports passkey for everyone and the best free password managers . 

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Bryan M. Wolfe is a staff writer at TechRadar, iMore, and wherever Future can use him. Though his passion is Apple-based products, he doesn't have a problem using Windows and Android. Bryan's a single father of a 15-year-old daughter and a puppy, Isabelle. Thanks for reading!

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A strong password is suggested for you, with a yellow background. To decline the suggested password, click the password field, click Don’t Use, then enter a password.

Enter the rest of the required information to create the website account.

If you have iCloud Keychain set up on your Mac, a unique, hard-to-guess password is automatically suggested when you first click the password field.

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If you previously stored your user name and password for the website, use AutoFill to enter the information and sign in. Click in the user name field, then choose your user name (or use the Touch Bar ).

If your Mac or Apple keyboard has Touch ID , you can use Touch ID to fill in your stored user name and password and sign in. If the webpage has an option to remember your information (such as a “Remember me” checkbox), and you want to use that option, select it before you use Touch ID. If your Mac is connected to an external display while the built-in display is closed, enter the account password for your Mac, then click AutoFill.

Tip: If you set up iCloud Keychain to autofill information on your Mac and other Apple devices, you can use AutoFill to enter previously saved user names and passwords on all those devices.

If there’s no stored user name and password for the website, save the information and use AutoFill next time. Enter the user name and password, or automatically create a strong password (described below), then click Use Strong Password when asked.

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If you can’t save a password for a website, or your password for a website isn’t filled in automatically, try any of the following:

Make sure you selected to autofill passwords: Choose Safari > Settings, click AutoFill, then make sure “User names and passwords” is selected.

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User names and passwords are encrypted in your macOS keychain . They’re also encrypted in your iCloud Keychain if it’s set up on your Mac.

If you remove user names and passwords in Safari, they’re deleted from your macOS keychain. They’re also removed from your other Apple devices if your Mac and other devices are set up for iCloud Keychain.

For security, set up your Mac to display the login window when it starts up and to require a password after sleep or a screen saver begins. Set up your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to require a passcode to unlock the screen: Go to Settings > Face ID & Passcode (or Touch ID & Passcode), then tap Turn Passcode On.

Important: Safari autofills your information for anyone who uses your Mac with your user login. It also autofills your information for anyone who uses your other Apple devices, if those devices and your Mac have iCloud Keychain set up.

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Safari is the best way to experience the internet on all your Apple devices. It brings robust customization options, powerful privacy protections, and optimizes battery life — so you can browse how you like, when you like. And when it comes to speed, it’s the world’s fastest browser. 1

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With a blazing-fast JavaScript engine, Safari is the world’s fastest browser. 1 It’s developed to run specifically on Apple devices, so it’s geared to make the most out of your battery life and deliver long-lasting power.

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We’re always working to make the fastest desktop browser on the planet even faster.

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Safari lets you do more online on a single charge.

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Up to 4 hours more streaming videos compared with Chrome 3

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Safari outperforms both Mac and PC browsers in benchmark after benchmark on the same Mac. 4

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4K video streaming

See your favorite shows and films in their best light. Safari supports in-browser 4K HDR video playback for YouTube, Netflix, and Apple TV+. 5 And it runs efficiently for longer-lasting battery life.

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Privacy is built in.

Online privacy isn’t just something you should hope for — it’s something you should expect. That’s why Safari comes with industry-leading privacy protection technology built in, including Intelligent Tracking Prevention that identifies trackers and helps prevent them from profiling or following you across the web. Upgrading to iCloud+ gives you even more privacy protections, including the ability to sign up for websites and services without having to share your personal email address.

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Intelligent Tracking Prevention

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Safari stops trackers in their tracks.

What you browse is no one’s business but your own. Safari has built‑in protections to help stop websites and data-collection companies from watching and profiling you based on your browsing activity. Intelligent Tracking Prevention uses on‑device intelligence to help prevent cross‑site tracking and stops known trackers from using your IP address — making it incredibly difficult to learn who you are and what you’re interested in.

Privacy Report

Safari makes it simple to see how your privacy is protected on all the websites you visit. Click Privacy Report in the Safari menu for a snapshot of cross-site trackers currently prevented from profiling you on the website you’re visiting. Or view a weekly Privacy Report to see how Safari protects you as you browse over time.

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Customization

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Safari is more customizable than ever. Organize your tabs into Tab Groups so it’s easy to go from one interest to the next. Set a custom background image and fine-tune your browser window with your favorite features — like Reading List, Favorites, iCloud Tabs, and Siri Suggestions. And third-party extensions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac let you do even more with Safari, so you can browse the way you want across all your devices.

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Safari Profiles allow you to separate your history, extensions, Tab Groups, favorites, cookies, and more. Quickly switch between profiles for topics you create, like Personal and Work.

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Web apps let you save your favorite websites to the Dock on Mac and to the Home Screen on iPhone and iPad. A simplified toolbar and separate settings give you an app-like experience.

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Safari Extensions add functionality to your browser to help you explore the web the way you want. Find and add your favorite extensions in the dedicated Safari category on the App Store.

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Save and organize your tabs in the way that works best for you. Name your Tab Groups, edit them, and switch among them across devices. You can also share Tab Groups — making planning your next family trip or group project easier and more collaborative.

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Smart Tools

Designed to help your work flow..

Built-in tools create a browsing experience that’s far more immersive, intuitive, and immediate. Get detailed information about a subject in a photo with just a click, select text within any image, instantly translate an entire web page, and quickly take notes wherever you are on a site — without having to switch apps.

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Notes is your go-to app to capture any thought. And with the Quick Note feature, you can instantly jot down ideas as you browse websites without having to leave Safari.

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Translation

Translate entire web pages with a single click. You can also get translations for text in images and paused video without leaving Safari.

Interact with text in any image or paused video on the web using functions like copy and paste, translate, and lookup. 6

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Surf safe and sound.

Strong security protections in Safari help keep you safe. Passkeys introduce a safer way to sign in. iCloud Keychain securely stores and autofills passkeys and passwords across all your devices. Safari also notifies you when it encounters suspicious websites and prevents them from loading. Because it loads each web page in a separate process, any harmful code is always confined to a single browser tab so it won’t crash the entire application or access your data. And Safari automatically upgrades sites from HTTP to the more secure HTTPS when available.

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Passkeys introduce a more secure and easier way to sign in. No passwords required.

Passkeys are end-to-end encrypted and safe from phishing and data leaks, and they are stronger than all common two-factor authentication types. Thanks to iCloud Keychain, they work across all your Apple devices, and they even work on non-Apple devices.

Learn more about passkeys

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Apple Pay and Wallet make checkout as easy as lifting a finger.

Apple Pay is the easiest and most secure way to shop on Safari — allowing you to complete transactions with Face ID or Touch ID on your iPhone or iPad, with Touch ID on your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, or by double-clicking the side button on your Apple Watch.

Learn more about Apple Pay

With AutoFill, you can easily fill in your previously saved credit card information from the Wallet app during checkout. Your credit card details are never shared, and your transactions are protected with industry-leading security.

Same Safari. Different device.

Safari works seamlessly and syncs your passwords, bookmarks, history, tabs, and more across Mac, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch. And when your Mac, iOS, or iPadOS devices are near each other, they can automatically pass what you’re doing in Safari from one device to another using Handoff. You can even copy images, video, or text from Safari on your iPhone or iPad, then paste into another app on your nearby Mac — or vice versa.

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When you use Safari on multiple devices, your tabs carry over from one Apple device to another. So you can search, shop, work, or browse on your iPhone, then switch to your iPad or Mac and pick up right where you left off.

Save web pages you want to read later by adding them to your Reading List. Then view them on any of your iCloud-connected devices — even if you’re not connected to the internet.

iCloud Keychain securely stores your user names, passkeys, passwords, and credit card numbers and keeps them up to date on your trusted devices. So you can easily sign in to your favorite websites — as well as apps on iOS and iPadOS — and quickly make online purchases.

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Designed for developers.

Deep WebKit integration between Mac hardware and macOS allows Safari to deliver the fastest performance and the longest battery life of any browser on the platform, while supporting modern web standards for rich experiences in the browser. WebKit in macOS Sonoma includes optimizations that enable even richer browsing experiences, and give developers more control over styling and layout — allowing for more engaging content.

Make Safari your default browser

Customize your start page, view your browsing privacy report, monitor your saved passwords, use apple pay in safari, view your tabs across all your devices, read the safari user guide, get safari support.

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    Using the Passwords Manager on Safari for iOS. Access the passwords manager by first opening the "Settings" on your iOS device. Scroll to and tap open "Safari" in the left column, then tap open the "Passwords" category. Before you can access your passwords, you will need to verify your identity using Touch ID.

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