In this tutorial, we will help you bring your website login details like email addresses, usernames, and passwords saved in Google Chrome to Safari.
Find out what to do if you're not having a good user experience using X (Twitter) inside Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or other web browser on your Mac or Windows PC.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to prevent certain sites of your choice from not showing up in Google search in Chrome, Safari, and Firefox on your Mac or Windows PC, helping you refine your searches and improve your online experience.
Are you looking to protect your web browser activity and data from other people, such as your family members or office colleagues? In this tutorial, we will explore what your options are to achieve this.
Do you have more than one Google, Gmail, YouTube, Drive, or Docs account and want to use them all inside the same browser on your Mac? This tutorial shares three easy ways to add, switch between, and use several Google accounts in one web browser like Safari, Chrome, or Firefox.
Learn how to customize which websites Safari extensions can access on your Mac, iPad, or iPhone with macOS Sonoma, iPadOS 17, or iOS 17. You can decide whether to allow or block their functionality on specific sites.
Learn how to remove or display the website icons of your favorite bookmarks in Safari's top Favorites Bar on your iPad and Mac running iPadOS 17 and macOS Sonoma.
Learn how to make your Safari web browsing even more private and secure by hiding your IP address from trackers and websites, as well as removing tracking information from the URLs on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac running iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and macOS Sonoma.
Want to listen to a web article instead of reading it? Learn how to get Siri to read articles to you on your iPhone and iPad running iOS 17 and iPadOS 17.
Did you know you can disable smooth scrolling in the Safari browser on your Mac? Doing so lets you scroll pages line by line with the arrow keys on your keyboard.
Like Google's Chrome browser, Apple's Safari on the iPhone, iPad and Mac lets you lock private tabs with biometric authentication such as Face ID and Touch ID.
Learn how to create and use profiles in Safari on iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and macOS Sonoma to keep your personal and work browsing separate.