If you’re like me who browses the web using Safari on your iOS or iPadOS device, I’m sure you know the difficulty of managing the numerous tabs of the mobile browser. However, did you know that there is a solution to facilitate this fight directly in Safari? Well the “search tabs” function is made just for that, and here’s how you can use it to search for tabs in Safari on iPhone and iPad.

Find Specific Tabs in Safari on iPhone and iPad

If you’re someone who always opens a new tab, you might want to read our article on how to close Safari tabs automatically. This will prevent your tab situation from spiraling out of control. That being said, let’s get to our tutorial, shall we?

1. Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Press the “Tabs” button in the lower right corner of the screen.

3. Once the “tab view” page is open, scroll to last tab and scroll one more time to reveal the search bar at the top.

4. Now, enter the name of the website or a keyword in the search bar and Safari will show you the tab(s) containing the relevant information.

So here’s how to search for a specific tab in Safari on iOS and iPadOS devices. Although it’s a somewhat hidden feature in Safari, once you find it, you’ll never forget how useful it is.

Make your web browsing on Safari easier than ever

It’s a pretty simple trick, much like the two-finger tap to open a link in a new tab on Safari. That said, it’s also very useful. If you want to know more about these tips and tricks for Safari, click the link to check them out. Also, if you also use Safari on Mac, be sure to find the best Safari extensions. Either way, that’s all about us. Let us know what you think of this simple trick by writing in the comments below.