Surely every Internet user is familiar with the situation when you need to quickly find a certain word or part of the text on a web page. Fortunately, this option is available in Safari on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Use the option “Find on page»In the Safari browser, users of iOS 9 and higher can. We invite you to familiarize yourself with how this useful feature works in Safari in new versions of the mobile operating system.
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Find the words and text you want on a webpage using the Find in Page option in Safari on iPhone or iPad
The instructions below are the same for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running the latest versions of iOS.
1… Open Safari and go to the site where you want to find the text you want.
2… Click on the top or bottom of the screen to display the address bar and the “Share this»(A square with an upward pointing arrow). Click on this button.
3… Scroll down the list of options that opens (Add to Favorites, Add Bookmark, Copy, etc.) until you seeFind on page“.
4… Enter the search text and click on the search button. Matched words will be highlighted in yellow in the browser.
five… To find previous and subsequent matches, use the arrows “Forward“And”Back to»Next to the search bar. When finished, click on “Done“.
You can remove text from the search bar and enter a new one, or simply click on “Done”If you found what you were looking for.
All of the above applies to devices running iOS 9 and newer versions of Apple’s mobile OS. However, the process is somewhat confusing and some users think that there is no search function at all.