iOS 14/iOS 13: How to Change Default Search Engine in Safari on iPhone and iPad [How to]

Last Updated on Oct 26, 2020

Hi friends, today here I’m going to explain to you how to Change the Default Search Engine in Safari in iOS on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch? By default, all brand new iPhone and iPad comes with default search engine Bing. In more, sometimes after resetting all settings most of the customize settings removed and sets all the default value. But for those guys who don’t like Bing, don’t worry.

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The brand Apple offers alternative three search engines for the Safari browser, and it is respectively Google, Yahoo, and DuckDuckGo. To make the change in safari settings on your latest iOS running iDevice then following a quick guide will help you.

Guide to Change Default Search Engine in Safari on iPhone and iPad

Change Default Search Engine in Safari in iOS on iPhone iPad iPod touch

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  • Step #1. Launch the Settings App look like a Gear icon on your iOS device home screen.
  • Step #2. Navigate Safari.

Tap on Safari Settings on iPhone

  • Step #3. Tap on Search Engine under the SEARCH section.

Tap on Search Engine on iPhone iOS 11 or later

  • Step #4. Here you can appear Google, Yahoo, Bing, and DuckDuckGo. Out of all, Bing comes as a default search engine.

Bing is a default search engine of safari on iPhone iPad iPod touch

Now settings a default search engine just tap on a search engine name, and you will appear tick mark next to your selected engine.

That’s it!

For instance, on my iPhone 11 Pro and iPad Pro 10.5, I always use Google as a default search engine. Cause according to my opinion it gives me the perfect result of my search query. But by the way, if you like other search engines instead of Google then you can set Bing, or Yahoo, or DuckDudckGo for your Phone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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That’s it.

Now, ever you open your safari browser and searching for anything then you can get the result from DuckDuckGo.

Want to add another search engine? that Not Given in the List of Default Search Engine, Under Safari Settings page (Go to the “Settings” > “Tap on Safari” > “Quick Website Search), you can find another option called: “Quick Website Search” –

That saves any live website webpage using URL. This Quick Websites Search Shortcuts are added automatically by searching within a Website. Apple is improving more in the future with some smart security preventions.

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  1. This sucks. I know how to change search engines, I wanna know how to ADD another one.

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