How to use private browsing in iOS 7 Safari

Posted by phil on Jeudi déc 19, 2013 Under IPAD, The IPhone Blog

Safari, by default, saves your web history and all the data that pertains to it. If you don’t like this behavior, you can use private browsing sessions so Safari doesn’t save any info about your session. Perhaps there are small children in the home that you don’t want accessing web histories. This is a example of when private browsing is a good idea. Here’s how to use it: Launch Safari from the Home screen of your IPHONE or IPAD. Tap on the show pages icon in the lower right hand navigation. Now tap on Private in the lower left hand corner. You may be prompted to close or keep all current tabs open. Make your choice. Now tap Done in the lower right hand corner and continue browsing. That’s all there is to it. Your browsing session won’t be logged in Safari’s history. You can disable it whenever you’d like by following the same steps again. Keep in mind that if you use iCloud Tabs, nothing in a private browsing session will appear on any other IPHONE, IPAD, or Mac linked to your account.        

Source: How to use private browsing in iOS 7 Safari – The IPhone Blog

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