Apple integrates nicely search engine into the Safari address bar. Type something on it, if it’s not a website address, it will auto-redirect you to the search page along with your query, which by default using Google Search.
If for whatever reasons you are tired with Google and its Google Search – be it privacy issues, too many target advertisements, search results not as per expected, and whatever other reasons are, you can actually change Google from being your default search engine on mobile Safari on iPhone and other iOS devices.
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Here’s how to change iOS Safari Search Engine
This tips can be done on any iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices with iOS 7 and up.
1) Go to Settings.
2) Scroll down until you find Safari. Once found, tap on the Safari icon under Settings.
3) Under Search, tap on the “Search Engine” to change your default search engine.
4) Choose between Google, Yahoo, Bing and DuckDuckGo.
5) Close Settings.
That’s it. The next time you open Safari and do a search on the address bar, you’ll be redirected to the search engine of your choice.
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