Mobile — iOS Basics #3 (Web Browsing)
This is the third in a series of posts for iOS users (iPhone and iPad). Just some of the basics that will make your experience with your Apple devices easier and simpler!
The majority of time on the Internet is via mobile devices…that means Apps and Web Browsing.
In 2014, internet access via mobile moved past desktop access — here is an interesting look at one stat:
So how does the time spent on mobile break down? Check out this chart — Apps is where it’s at!
Since we are using mobile much more, a few minutes setting up Safari to make your web browsing easier will save you a TON of time in the long run!
This post covers:
- #5 — Activate Safari Favorites Bar (iPad only)
- #6 — Create a Folder in Safari Favorites (iPhone & iPad)
- #7 — Save Safari Bookmarks into Folders (iPhone & iPad)
#5 — Activate Safari Favorites Bar (iPad)
Easy access to your iPad bookmarks saved in the Favorites tab. Just. Do. It.
#6 — Create a Folder in Safari Favorites (iPhone & iPad)
Create a folder to group multiple bookmarks right on the Favorites tab. This will give you much more flexibility to access bookmarks right from the Favorites bar!
#7— Save Safari Bookmarks into Folders (iPhone & iPad)
Next step is to save your bookmarks into the folder you set up. Make it easy to access your favorite content and Safari mobile will become your go-to web browser!
Don Tomoff is a “recovering CPA”, who is passionate about helping professionals and organizations keep up and adapt to the changing business world that we operate in.
One lesson learned over the years is that all of us, regardless of organization type or size, struggle with similar issues — primarily information management and presentation, and effective use of our time. Let’s change that…one person at a time!