The Safari web browser on your iPad stores a log of websites you visit, as well as other browsing-related components such as a cache and cookies. Despite these conveniences, you may want to delete the browsing history and the accompanying website data for privacy reasons. Safari for iPhone and iPad makes it easy: Here's how to view your recent history, search your full history, and clear your website data. Unlike the desktop browsers, there are no obvious “History” menus in Safari on the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to help you navigate through.
Did you know you can search through web browsing history in Safari on an iPhone or iPad? With the excellent Safari History search feature you. Open Safari for iOS on your iPhone or iPad. Press and hold the Your browser history menu will appear on the screen. From here, you can tap. Open Safari on the iPhone. From there, tap on the Bookmarks icon at the bottom right of the page. That will open the Bookmarks page.
In Safari on your Mac, show your web browsing history, and search to find To change how often your Mac removes history items, see Change General. In Safari on your Mac, show your web browsing history and search to find web To change how often your Mac removes history items, see Change General. If you're seeing strange behavior from a website or Safari in general as you're browsing the web, it's worth deleting your history and website. If you have a shared device and want to cover your tracks in Safari, here's the History tab at the top of the list to see your browsing history. 3.