With the appearance of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, Apple will, just because, permit users to set default internet browsers other than its own Safari. That is a serious deal and it’s something we’ve needed for quite a long time. The awful news is that Apple will require apps to be updated to help the new component.
The great news? Google previously updated Chrome.
The updated Chrome is now accessible for download from the App Store and anybody running iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 would now be able to set it as their default internet browser. We’ve done it and, sufficiently sure, it works. What’s more, indeed, we know this is something Android has been accomplishing for a considerable length of time.
How To Set Google Chrome As Default iOS 14 / iPadOS 14 Browser
All things considered, setting an app as your default browser is shockingly easy, yet the alternative isn’t the place you’d anticipate that it should be. Here’s how you do it.
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap Chrome to see the entirety of the alternatives identified with the app.
- Tap Default Browser App.
- Select Chrome as your app of decision.
It’s as simple as that. Now whenever you tap a URL, regardless of where it is, you’ll see it open in Google’s Chrome instead of Apple’s Safari. That is an immense arrangement if you’re somebody who lives in Chrome on different devices yet has consistently managed using Safari on Apple’s cell phones.
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A comparable component is additionally accessible for email apps, yet so far no email customer has been updated to exploit it.