Sync bookmarks with iOS
By Patrick Stafford
Every regular internet browser will have their favourite bookmarks, and whenever they change programs will want to bring those across. But how do you do so when you’re using an iPhone?
Many users may not be aware that they can actually sync bookmarks across from Internet Explorer to their iOS device using iTunes.
First, open iTunes, and then plug in either your iPod Touch or iPhone. Then, click on the device in the left-hand side of the screen which will bring up the iOS device summary. Then, at the top of the screen there are a number of options such as “apps” and “ringtones”. Click on “info” at the right-most side.
Then, under “other”, click on “sync bookmarks”, and then choose your internet browser.
Once you sync your device, you’ll find the bookmarks have been carried over and you’ll be able to access them.
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