After Google Chrome rolled out the update to support default app functionality in iOS 14, Firefox also joined the ranks. So if you use Firefox as your default browser on Mac, now you can use it on iOS. After launching Firefox Quantum, I used it as my primary browser on all my devices. And I’m happy to finally be able to use it as default on my iPhone. In this article, I will show you how to set Firefox as default browser on iPhone running iOS 14.

Set Firefox as Default Browser on iPhone

Apple has made it easy to change your default browser on iPhone and iPad. Your iPhone must be running iOS 14 to take advantage of this feature. Also, make sure to update the Firefox browser to its latest version.

Before I start, I would like to note that there is currently a bug that reverts the default browser back to Safari when you restart your iPhone. It’s not a big deal, but you should keep it in mind.

That said, let’s move on to our tutorial.

1. Launch the Settings app and scroll down to find Firefox. Now tap on it.

2. Here, tap on the “Default browser app” setting.

3. Finally, select Firefox to set it as the default browser.

Use Firefox as the default browser on your iPhone and iPad

Now that you have set Firefox as your default browser, when you click on a link, instead of opening it in Safari, it will open in Firefox. If for some reason you want to switch back to Safari, follow the same steps and choose Safari.

If you’re enjoying the new iOS 14 update on your iPhone, be sure to read our full coverage of great iOS 14 features. We love the new back tap feature, the new Guides feature in Apple Maps, the headset audio customization feature, the new Widgets feature, and more. You will love using these, so check them out.