How To Remove Gmail Account From Safari

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Gmail is a powerful and popular email service provided by Google. It is used by millions of people around the world and provides an easy way to keep in touch with friends, family, and colleagues. In this blog post, we will be exploring how to remove your Gmail account from Safari on your iPhone or iPad.

The first step to removing your Gmail account from Safari is to go to Settings > Mail > Accounts. Once you are there, you will need to select the email account which you would like to remove. If it’s an iCloud email account, you will need to tap iCloud and then tap iCloud Mail before turning off “Use on this iPhone”. If it’s another email account, then you will just need to turn off Mail.

The next step is to go to on your iPhone or iPad. Once there, make sure you sign out of your existing account and sign in with the new one that you would like us instead of the old one that has been removed.

Finally, if your old Gmail account was linked with the Safari browser for auto-fill purposes (such as passwords), then you will also need to check Safari/Preferences/Passwords and look for Google listed there whose account/password is listed. If it is her account, select the entry and click the remove button so that it does not appear anymore when filling in forms online using Safari browser.

By following the steps above, you should now be able to easily remove Gmail accounts from Safari on your iPhone or iPad without any problems!

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Removing a Gmail Account from a Browser

To remove a Gmail account from your web browser, you’ll first need to open the Settings page. Depending on the browser you are using, this may be found in the menu at the top of your browser window or as an icon in the toolbar. Once you have opened Settings, look for an option that says ‘Accounts’ or ‘Sync’. From there, you can select the Gmail account that you wish to delete and click on the ‘Remove’ button. You may also be required to confirm your action before it is completed. Once removed, your Gmail account will no longer be associated with that particular browser.

Deleting an Email Account from Safari on an iPhone

To delete an email account from Safari on your iPhone, go to Settings > Safari. Here, you’ll find a list of all the accounts associated with Safari. Select the email account you want to delete and tap the “Delete Account” button. You will be prompted to confirm this action; once you do so, the account will be removed from Safari and no longer accessible on your device.

Removing a Google Account from Safari on Mac

Removing a Google Account from Safari on Mac is a simple process. First, open Safari on your Mac, and then go to the Preferences menu. Next, select the Passwords tab. Here you will find all of your saved passwords, including any saved Google Accounts. Find the Google Account you want to remove and click on it to select it. Once selected, click the Remove button at the bottom of the window. This will remove the account from Safari on your Mac and you will no longer be logged into that account in Safari.

Changing Google Account on Safari

Changing your Google Account on Safari is easy! First, open Safari on your iPhone or iPad and go to In the top right, tap the profile photo or name associated with your current Google Account. Then, select the “Sign out” option to sign out of that account. Finally, sign in with the account you would like to use by selecting the “Sign in” option and entering the necessary credentials. That’s it! You have now successfully changed your Google Account on Safari!

Deleting a Google Account from Safari on a Phone

To delete your Google account from Safari on your phone, first, open the app. Then tap the Menu icon (three vertical dots) in the top right corner and select Settings. Scroll down to Privacy & Security and select Clear Browsing Data. Select the time range and data types you would like to clear, then tap Clear Browsing Data at the bottom of the screen. Finally, select Remove All Website Data and confirm your selection by tapping Clear Now. Your Google account has now been removed from Safari on your phone!

Deleting a Gmail Account from Safari on an iPad

To delete a Gmail account from Safari on your iPad, please follow these steps:
1. Open Safari and navigate to
2. Log in to the Gmail account you wish to delete.
3. Click on the Settings icon (gear icon) in the top-right corner of the page, then select “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
4. On the Settings page, click on the “Accounts and Import” tab at the top of the page.
5. Scroll down to the “Send mail as” section, then click on “Delete” next to your Gmail address.
6. Click “Yes” when prompted if you are sure you want to delete this address from your account, and then click “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page to finalize deleting your email account from Safari on your iPad.

Removing a Gmail Account from a Mac

To remove a Gmail account from your Mac, open the Mail app and select Mail > Settings. Click Accounts, select the Gmail account you want to remove, then click the Remove button. Note: If this Gmail account is linked to other apps on your Mac, you’ll need to remove it from the Internet Accounts settings as well.

Changing the Default Gmail Account on Safari for iPhone

Changing your default Gmail account in Safari on an iPhone is a simple process. First, open the Settings app on your phone and scroll down to the Mail section. Next, tap Default Account and select the Gmail account you’d like to use as your default. Finally, save the changes and you’ll now be using that account as your default Gmail address when using Safari on your iPhone.


In conclusion, Gmail is a great tool to help manage your communication and data. It’s easy to use and can provide a secure way of sending emails, making it an ideal choice for both personal and professional use. Deleting your Gmail account is a straightforward process that you can complete in just a few steps. Before deleting, make sure to download any important data you want to keep and remember to check the Safari/Preferences/Passwords section for any Google accounts or passwords that may be saved there.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.