In this guide, you will learn how to make Google your Homepage on Safari using Mac and iPhone.
Personally I don’t like the blank screen or it irritates me to see the same previously searched result whenever I open the Safari browser.
As you are reading this post, I am sure it may be the case with you as well.
No worries, I have found the solution to update the default Homepage screen in Safari browser using Macbook and iPhone.
Yes, you heard it right. With Mac PC or iPhone mobile you can trick settings of Safari and can make Google your homepage.
Besides it, you can even decide either you want to open search results in new tab or new windows.
So, without further ado let’s jump right into the steps…
How to Make Google Your Homepage on Safari?
Safari, a default browser comes with all Apple devices (macOS, iOS, iPadOS).
This graphical web browser comes with its own default settings which you can update later.
With that saying, lets change the default homepage of Safari browser to Google on Mac computer and iPhone step by step.
How to Change Safari Homepage on Mac?
Below steps will work the same on almost all macOS versions such as, macOS Sierra, macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave, macOS Catalina.
Open the Safari browser.
Look at the top menu and click on the Safari right beside the Apple Logo.
Now, select Preferences… in the drop down.
It will open multiple tabs. You need to select General Tab.
In the next screen, scroll down to Homepage filed and click on it. Delete the existing home page and enter https://www.Google.com as your homepage in Safari. You can copy and paste any browser URL here.
Now, click on Change Homepage button to confirm your changes.
That’s it, you have successfully made Google your Homepage in Safari on Mac.
How to Set Google as Your Homepage in Safari using iPhone/iPad?
Honestly, there is no such option to change the Homepage in Safari for iPhone and iPad users.
However, there’s a trick you can try to set Google as your Homepage in Safari.
Follow below steps –
Open the Safari browser in your iPhone.
Now, open the webpage you want as homepage. In our case, open Google.com.
Now, tap on the Share icon.
Next, scroll down and click on Add to Home Screen.
In the next screen, update the name as per your wish and click on Add.
That’s it. An icon of your chosen homepage will be created on your phone screen. From there, you can directly open that saved homepage in Safari without seeing last seen search results.
In brief, these are some workarounds you can try to learn how to make Google your homepage on Safari.
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