If you are used to surfing the web on a desktop PC, then you are going to have a difficult time getting used to doing it on an iPhone or iPad. The problem here is not the hardware or the software, but the different shortcuts that you need to use. For example, you can simply press Command + F on a Mac and you will be able to find any text on a webpage. How do you that on an iPhone or iPad? See, things get trickier here.
Today we are going to show you two simple and efficient methods to help you search text within a webpage in Safari. Without any further ado, let’s get into it.
How to Search Within a Webpage in Safari
The first thing that you need to do is launch Safari on the iOS-powered device that you own. Next, access a website and open blog post (article). Here comes the fun part. In order to search for text withing Safari, you will need to tap on the Address bar/Smart Search bar and type in the text that interests you. You can type “Apple” and then, you can start using the upward/downward arrow buttons to navigate directly to the keywords.
There is another method that is going to allow you to search for text withing a webpage in Safari, but it’s a bit more complicated than the first one. The alternative method is to use the Share Sheet. When you arrive on a webpage and you want to search some text, you can tap on the Share button and then select the “Find on Page” option. Now, simply type in the text and navigate to the keyword.
We hope that after reading our guide you will no longer have any problems finding text on webpages while browsing in Safari. If you want to check out some additional guides for iPhones and iPads, then you should CLICK HERE.