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How to change your iPhone’s default browser, and why might want to


How to change your iPhone's default browser, and why might want toYour iPhone’s browser doesn’t need to be set in stone. 

It was only in Sept. 2020 that Apple released iOS 14, and with it the ability to set a custom default browser on your iPhone. The change was a small but meaningful one, as it gave users the option to essentially never use Safari again. 

Because while Safari works fine, and has some decent anti-tracking tech built in, other iPhone-compatible browsers are no slouch. Take, for example, DuckDuckGo. The privacy-focused search engine makes an iPhone browser app that “automatically [blocks] hidden third-party trackers” and “[forces] sites to use an encrypted (HTTPS) connection where available[.]” Read more…

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