How to Save Bookmark in Safari on iOS 7

If you don’t like third-party web browsers on iOS, you’re not alone. Apple blocks third-party applications from using the Nitro Javascript Engine; This means that mobile web browsers like Google Chrome will be slower to load web pages than the built-in Safari browser. Also, they often consume battery compared to Safari.

However, one feature that is somewhat confusing in the new Safari in iOS 7 is how to save a bookmark. Being pretty knowledgeable about all things iOS, you’d think I could figure this out quickly, but it took me about five minutes to finally discover how to properly add a bookmark in Safari (maybe I’m not that knowledgeable?).

Anyway, once I figured it out I thought it might be a good idea to spread the news and help others who are in the same situation as me, here is an easy and quick guide to follow on how to bookmark in Safari.


First, open Safari and navigate to the website you want to bookmark. In this case, we’ll use Moyens I/ as an example – Sources tell me it’s a pretty cool website.


After the page loads, go to the button in the upper left corner. The arrow is the one pointing up and sticking out of a square.


A smaller window will open and in the lower left corner there will be a button that says with a picture of a book. Tap that button.


You can then edit the name of the site and change it to whatever you want it to appear in your Bookmarks folder. Before you tap Save though, pay attention to the bookmark.


Tapping this setting gives you two options: Favorites and Bookmarks. Select , because putting it in Favorites will require an extra tap and another window to skip whenever you want to load the website.


You are now ready to shoot. When you do, the website will appear in your Bookmarks folder, which you can access by tapping the book icon in the upper-right corner of Safari.


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