Thursday, November 12, 2015

Web Browsing the IPhone Way (part 1 of 2)

For those who have no idea on the HOWs of dealing with an iPhone based on its web surfing features, here are some tips on easy manipulation of your device and ways on dealing with your phone without having to worry about being stuck in an uncompromising situation with your iPhone.

Tip 1 – Make commands easier

How? Get a keyboard that’s bigger than the usual feature. It goes with the practical reason that if you can’t manipulate something because it just doesn’t go with how you want it to be, then, improvise. If you think the device is already giving you a hard time to work things out with it, try getting something that’ll suit your preference. Just by tapping through Safari’s address bar, it summons a keyboard that’s on-screen. Once you rotate the device in a horizontal manner, the Safari will likewise be rotated in a horizontal manner. The important thing is that, Safari has a more standardized feature which will make data entry a breeze.

Tip 2 – Home page creation

If you are using your Safari in its typical version which runs through your Macintosh, home page set-up is much easier. You can’t do this directly on your phone, although you can make your way through by adding your personal home page to the list of your bookmarks then move it at the list, preferably on top. This may require an extra tap but then again, you can get your chosen web page without having to go around twists and turn and achieving nothing.

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