iOS 14: How to set Google Chrome as your default browser on iPhone

iOS 14 allows third-party web browsers and email clients to become the default, so if you don’t really like Safari and Apple Mail, you now have other options.

With the latest updates to Google Chrome, now available on the App Store, you can change your default browser from Safari to Google Chrome, iPhone and iPad. how to do this …

With iOS 14, Apple has added system support for third-party web browsers and email apps. In the future, they may open even more categories.

Tapping on the link in any application will use the default web browser. As of iOS 14, you can have an alternate browser like Google Chrome but link actions will always be open in Safari. How to change it on iOS 14 on iPhone and iPad.

How to set Google Chrome as your default browser on iPhone

  • Download the latest version of Google Chrome from the App Store.
  • Open the Settings app and open the Settings page for Google Chrome.
  • Tap on ‘Default Browser App’.
  • Tap on Chrome.

With this set, any app that runs a standard open URL activity will now direct the system to open Google Chrome instead of Safari.

If you ever change your mind, you can go back to Settings and change the default browser app back to Safari. If you want to use another third-party browser that is not Chrome, then you will have to wait for the developer to update their application. The same goes for changing email apps: As of now, we have not exposed this feature to any compatible email apps.

Apparently, iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 is required to install it all. Right now, we are on iOS 14 developer beta 8. Apple expects iOS 14 to be publicly released to all users later in September, with it to be announced as a part of next week’s Apple event.

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