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Safari App Tips & Lessons

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  1. Classes on Safari
    2 Lessons
  2. General Lessons for Using Safari
    2 Lessons
  3. Browsing and Searching with Safari on the Mac
    18 Lessons
  4. Reading and Sharing options for Safari on the Mac
    4 Lessons
  5. Using AutoFill to for Passwords and Other Information in Safari
    8 Lessons
  6. Customizing Safari on the Mac
    8 Lessons
  7. Troubleshooting Safari on the Mac
    5 Lessons
  8. Lessons for Safari on the iPad
    34 Lessons
  9. Lessons for Safari on the iPhone
    29 Lessons
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Learn how to set your default browser on the iPad.

With iPadOS 14, Apple now lets you set what you want your default browser to be. By default it is set to Safari, but now you can change it to Google Chrome, Duck Duck Go, or other browser. You first have to download the browser to your iPad, then you go to the Settings app and go to the browser’s settings you want as default. You’ll see a new setting for Default Browser. Just select which browser you want as your default browser, and the next time you tap on a link in a mail message or other app, it will open in your browser you selected as opposed to Safari. See how this all works in this video on selecting your Default Browser on the iPad with iPadOS 14.

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