Mobile Safari

How do I use "Reader View" in Safari?

Flashing ads, sidebars cluttered with more ads and polls and links, pop-ups, etc. can be really annoying when you are trying to read an online article on your iPhone or iPad. Apple's Safari browser has a "Reader View" feature that does away with all the nonsense and lets you focus on the text. When you load a web page, if it is compatible with reader view, you will briefly see "Reader View Available" in the address bar, then a list icon on the left side of the bar. Just tap the icon and you'll be in reader mode.

Add More Features to Safari with Canopy for iOS 7

Some jailbreak tweaks are simple. Others are comprehensive in their scope, and fundamentally change stock iOS apps for the better. Canopy for iOS 7 is in the latter category, adding a plethora of new features to Safari. With many of these additions to the default Safari app, the user may wonder why Apple hasn't already included them in the stock app.

iOS 7 jailbreak new Safari features

When it comes to Canopy, the iOS software team is surely looking at the work of developer Jonathan Bailey. It would not be surprising if some features from Canopy arrive in a future version of Mobile Safari. In the meantime, jailbreakers can install Canopy for iOS 7 and enjoy a more powerful version of Safari on their mobile devices.

How can I disable Safari swipe gestures in iOS 7?

iOS 7 brings several new features to Mobile Safari. One of the interface changes makes it possible to move forward or back through the history using gestures. A left or right swipe will navigate in this way when browsing web pages in Safari.

iphone swipe back Safari

Some iOS 7 users would prefer to turn off the back swipe in Safari. Currently, there are no Settings options to disable the feature.

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