Private browsing has beginning to concern more and more internet users, whether they rely on iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 or on other devices. If you don’t want to have all your moves and searches permanently tracked, you will want to learn how to navigate incognito.
Luckily, Safari comes with a Private Browsing feature on all Apple iPhone and iPad iOS 10.3 devices. With that feature turned on, the browser will no longer remember the passwords you type in, the searches you make, the pages you click to or anything similar. This is the perfect killswitch that puts anonymity on your browsing sessions. Cookies are the only type of information that continues to get stores on your device no matter what you do.
If you want to activate the Safari Private Browsing, follow these 3 simple steps:
- Launch the Safari browser;
- Go to the bottom right corner and tap on the two-pages icon;
- Select the Private option from the list and you’ll instantly access a black screen.
This black screen is the telltale that you are now navigating incognito. If you prefer something less complicated than these 3 steps, you should probably head to the Apple App Store. In there, search for a third-party browser with default private navigation. Dolphin Zero is a good choice, but perhaps you find something else in there that you would like to try.
A good alternative to Safari and also a popular internet browser that you can use on iPhone and iPad in iOS 10.3 is Opera. With the Opera Browser, you have access to a browser-wide Privacy Mode. Just like on Safari, you can enable or disable this mode as you please.
All these considered, enjoy your incognito adventure. Also, share with us in the comments bellow your favorite browsing for private navigation on Apple iPhone and iPad devices.