At times it can get tiring when browsing for a specific answer, but it’s lost between dozens of pages, so you have to scroll through them and read extremely carefully to find what you were looking for.
The perfect solution for this issue would be ‘Control+F’ - the shortcut for Windows, used to find words and phrases easily, or ‘Command+F’ for macOS users.
However, when browsing on Safari, using your iPhone, there is no Control+F feature anywhere, but there are several things you can do to make your browsing easier, and we’ve created a detailed step-by-step guide for you to make your browsing a better experience.
As we previously mentioned, iPhones do not have a feature similar to Control+F, but there are things you can do to find specific words or phrases on the web page.
Unfortunately, there is no such button nor feature on Apple smartphones. There are no keyboard shortcuts, Ctrl+F or Cmd+F either, and there is no fixed search bar for you to use - unless you decide to download a third-party app on your iPhone.
Since iPhones do not have any type of built-in features, nor keyboard shortcuts, we found a way for you to search for specific words or phrases while using the Safari browser.
Since iPhones do not have any type of built-in features, nor keyboard shortcuts, we found a way for you to search for specific words or phrases while using Google Chrome.
The short answer is - depends on what you’re looking for.
iMessages, for example, has a Search bar, where you can type in a specific word, and find the exact message you sent.
If you’re looking for specific apps, your phone system has a Search bar - swipe down on your home screen.
If you want to find specific photos per se, if you’re using Google Photos, you can type in “books”, and all photos containing a book will show up.
iPhones, however, do not have a built-in feature that works across all platforms. Your best bet is finding workarounds such as these for each individual platform you plan on using.
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