Trying to find something – some text – on Mobile Safari on your iPhone?
With web pages become more and more dense with information, sometimes it’s very difficult to get into something you are looking for. There’s just too many text, images, videos and some other distractions.
On Mac or PC to find text/portion of text, you can simply hit “Command + F” (Mac) or “Ctrl + F” (PC) and the browser starts to show search interface where you can key in any text you want to find within the browser page.
Unfortunately you can’t simply do the same thing when it comes to Mobile Safari for iPhone. Until today – at the time this article is written, Apple is going to release iOS 13 to the public soon – Apple doesn’t embed “Command + F” or “Ctrl + F” feature on Mobile Safari for iPhone.
So in case you need to find text / portion of text on sea of paragraphs and text in Mobile Safari, how can you do that?
Here’s how to find text on Mobile Safari for iPhone
The same method can also be used for iPod touch and iPad.
1) On Safari for iPhone or iOS, open the web page you want to search.
2) Once the page is fully rendered, tap on the up arrow button located on the bottom center of the screen.
3) Small menu shall pop-up, scroll until you find “Find on page”. Tap on “Find on page” and key-in any text you want to find within the web page.
Ta-da! You just did it. While it’s not as easy as pressing “Command + F” on Mac or “Ctrl + F” on PC, but that’s just do the job. Now you can easily find any text you are looking for without wasting your energy and time to look through sea of paragraphs and texts on a web page.
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