While it’s true that Safari has a way to search for specific words on page, it’s not the most efficient implementation in the world.

Apple decided to combine the web search with the search on page, resulting in a clumsy feeling page search that works; it’s just not that fun to use.

EasyFindOnPage fixes this problem by placing a dedicated search button directly on your Safari browser’s tool bar.

Want to see it in action? Check inside for the full lowdown…

The great thing about EasyFindOnPage is that it works with both the iPad and the iPhone. Both implementations are similar, but the iPad version differs a bit to accommodate the different search style found on the iPad.

EasyFindOnPage can be purchased for $0.99 on Cydia’s BigBoss repo, and is available to jailbreakers on iOS 4.2.1 or higher.

Do you find that Safari’s native page search capabilities are sufficient, or are you tempted to try EasyFindOnPage?

  • Jesus

    Thank god! Now I can attack my cloudy urine problem head on!

    • David

      Lol nice one.

      • Yeah, that was a good one 🙂

  • Shaz

    hmm i didn’t even no you could do a find key term on the browser like that; built into the ios in the first place. the thing you learn!

  • Next to the search button, I see something that seems to be a download button. What app/tweak is that?

    • Safari Download Manager

  • Saleh

    i remember having somthing like that on 3.0, was free too

  • Heredago

    In the native app, i dont see anything under the google suggestions when i try to search!?