4. Search for text on a page
Like Chrome, Safari for iOS makes it easy to search Google (or the search engine of your choice) by tapping your search directly into the address bar.
Confusingly, though, you can also search for text on the current web page in exactly the same way, but you might not know it unless you scroll down a bit on Safari’s search results. If you do, you’ll find ‘On This Page’ results at the very bottom of the list, typically hidden by the virtual keyboard.
For a more intuitive way to search a web page in Safari, tap the ‘Action’ button (the one that looks like a square with an up arrow) at the bottom of the screen, then tap the ‘Find on Page’ button in the bottom row of Action options.