If you like the new features , functions and features that Apple has included in Safari for iOS 10 , then maybe you should re-use it as your default browser (if you did not already).
In this tutorial we will explain in great detail what to do to import data from any web browser Safari.
First, keep in mind that it is impossible for the iPhone and iPad task because they do not have file managers, however, we can make the process from a PC / Mac and the data is automatically synchronized on iOS .
How to import your Safari web data
To import your data from any web browser on Mac and PC, you'll need to continue to have installed the previous web browser either Opera, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc. Do not uninstall yet!
Follow the steps below to import your content to Safari:
1. Open the Safari web browser on your Mac / PC.
2. Select "File> Import from" in the Safari menu.
3. From the list, you can select your previous web browser.
4. Then you will be asked what you want to import.
Safari gives you the option to import any of the following data from any other program or web browser application on Mac and PC:
- Browsing history
- Passwords and credentials
5. Check the boxes of the data you want to import, and then click on the "Import" button.
And you're done! What it has been super easy?
Then, as we informed you previously, you can synchronize all data from the Safari application on Mac (or PC) to your app for iOS. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Open the Settings app in iOS iPhone / iPad.
2. Go to the iCloud section.
3. Find the Safari option and activate it .
Thus the Safari web data will be synchronized on all your devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac, PC ...). We hope you have served to help! Any doubt ... You know, in the comments.
And finally ... 😉
Are you undecided between Safari and Google Chrome? Both browsers have their advantages and disadvantages, but it is likely that this comparison video between the two will help you decide: