Safari Browser Tip for Better Article Reading

Safari Browser, For Better Reading:

Are you a heavy Safari Browser user?

Here is what Apple’s website has to say about Safari

“It loads web pages faster than ever. It’s the best way to read on the web. It works with iCloud across your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. It even checks your spelling and grammar. It’s a web browser that’s so innovative, you’ll do much more than just browse.With Safari, nothing comes between you and the web — not even the browser window. Now you can see web pages full screen, free of desktop distractions. Which makes everything you do on the web an even bigger deal.

Safari on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch is a big deal, too. Because you don’t just browse a scaled-down, mobile version of the web. You see a web page the way it was meant to be seen. And Safari takes advantage of Multi-Touch technology built into these devices. When you turn your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch on its side, the web page reformats to fill the window. Zoom in just by double-tapping, or by pinching and extending your fingers. Of course, no matter how you access it, Safari is always blazing fast and easy to use.”

But at times you may feel the screen isn’t being enough, specially if you are an avid reader. if you wish to have a better webpage display result on a small screen.

It’s a neat little trick,

Step .1:

Open -> settings from home screen of iPhone

Step .2:

Locate ->Safari related settings

Step .3

in ->Privacy switch on ->Private Browsing

Step .4

Now open any Article that you want to read on your favorite website, and wait for the page to load, as it loads you would see a Read icon to appear near the address bar. Look at the image below.

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Step .5

Click on Reader

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And display would be like this.

Enjoy, and give us feedback, if you liked this tip. This is the best viewing you can get for a webpage on your iPhone.

Note:

We noticed for some webpages, this doesn’t work correctly, this could be the issue with the website coding, and elements.

 

Joshua Logan
Journalist, Mobile Apps developer, and Human Computer Interaction expert writes columns and reviews for Technograte, TechWench, and other technology sites. He loves to write about interfaces, and adds opinions about how technology can serve us better. Google

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