Apple's mobile Safari browser has a relatively unknown trick to let you just close tabs containing a keyword you are searching for. This can be helpful if you have researched a gift for a loved one and cannot remember which tabs you need to close.
The tip was recently shared on Twitter by user @ mxswd or Maxwell. All you have to do is launch Safari on an iOS device, tap the tab icon, swipe down until you reach the top (or tap the top-level bar), which reveals the search box, and then type the text you are looking for. Once done, tap and hold & # 39; Cancel & # 39; and you are prompted to close only the tabs that match your keyword.
Did you know in iOS Safari if you scroll up to the top of the tabs, search for something and hold down On Cancel you get an option to close only the tabs you searched for! pic.twitter.com/3vBeXnTXA2
̵1; Maxwell (@mxswd) February 17, 2019
You can also just press and hold & # 39; Cancel & # 39; to close all tabs as well.
Touch and hold the tab to close all open tabs hold on the "+" icon to see your recently closed tab blog
I had no idea that searches were possible in the tab in Safari (I usually use Google Chrome for iOS more). Please let us know if you knew about this trick!