Here, you can learn How to get your web browsing history in Safari.
Safari uses iCloud to keep track of your browsing history on iPhones, iPods, iPod Touches and Macs that have Safari enabled on iFloud preferences. However, your Mac can keep your browsing history for up to a year, with some iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models scanning history for up to a month.
This Zeejb teaches you how to view a list of accessed websites in Safari when you use your Mac, iPhone or iPad.
Ste1- Open Safari. It has a blue compass icon with a red and white dial on the inside. You will usually find it on the home screen.
Step2-Tap the open book icon. It is in the icon bar at the bottom of the screen.
Step3-Tap the clock button. It is the third button at the top of the screen. This shows a list of websites you have visited in Safari.
If you’ve signed in with the same Apple ID you used to sign in to your Mac, your Mac’s Safari history will also appear in this list.
Clear Safari history
Clear history (optional). If you want to remove all the markers in your browser history, follow these steps:
Tap Clear in the lower right corner of the History screen.
Tap a time limit to delete history from that period. To delete the entire log, always select.