How to Easily Find and Manage Your Bookmarks in Safari?

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Searching for bookmarks in Safari can be a time-consuming process. But with a few easy steps, you can quickly find the bookmark you’re looking for. Whether you use an Apple iPhone or iPad, or an Android device, here’s how to search your Safari bookmarks and make sure they are easily accessible when needed.

On Apple devices, finding your Safari bookmarks is simple. From the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad, open the Safari app and tap the Bookmarks icon located at the bottom right corner of the screen. You will then be presented with a list of all your bookmarks; simply scroll through to locate the one you are looking for. Alternatively, if you have multiple folders containing bookmarks, you can tap on the folder icon at the top left corner of the Bookmarks tab to view different folders and their contents.

For Android devices, creating and searching for web clips (bookmark icons) is just as easy. First, go to the website that you want to create a web clip for and tap on the box-and-arrow icon used to create bookmarks. In the pop-up menu that appears, select Add to Home Screen and edit the name of your web clip if desired. Tap Add and an icon will be added to your home screen so it’s easily accessible when needed.

Finally, if you are using a Mac computer, all of your Safari bookmarks are stored in a hidden folder called ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks list on your Mac’s hard disk drive. To access this folder simply open Finder > Go > Go To Folder > type in ~/Library/Safari/Bookmark plist > click Go and all of your default Bookmark folders will appear along with any custom folders that you have created yourself!

With these easy steps in mind, searching for Safari bookmarks doesn’t have to take up too much time or energy anymore – no matter what device you’re using!

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Searching for Bookmarks on an iPhone

To search your bookmarks on an iPhone, you’ll need to open the Safari browser. Once it’s open, tap on the Bookmarks icon at the bottom right of the screen. This will take you to the Bookmarks tab, which will show all of your saved bookmarks. You can then type in a keyword or phrase in the search bar at the top of the page to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily.

Searching for Bookmarks on an iPad

To search for bookmarks on your iPad, first, tap the Safari app from the Home screen. Then tap the Sidebar icon (located in the upper-left corner) and select Bookmarks. If the Bookmarks icon is not available, you can find it at the top of the screen. Once you are in the Bookmarks tab, tap on the Search field at the top of the page and enter your search terms. The results will appear below, and you can tap any of them to open them in Safari.

Location of Safari Bookmarks File

The Safari bookmarks file is located in a hidden folder called ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks.plist on your Mac’s hard disk. This file stores all of your saved bookmarks, including any folders you have created to organize them and any changes you have made such as renaming or deleting a bookmark. As it is a hidden folder, you will need to open Finder, select Go > Go to Folder, and type in the path above to access it.

Using Safari Bookmarks

To use Safari bookmarks, first, you will need to save the webpage you want by tapping the Share icon in Safari. From this menu, tap Bookmark and select Add Bookmark. Give your bookmark a name and tap Save. You can now access your saved bookmarks by tapping the Bookmarks icon in Safari, which is located at the bottom of the window. Your bookmarks are ordered in folders based on when they were last added or edited. To open a bookmark, just tap it and you’ll be taken to that web page!

Finding Old Safari Bookmarks on an iPhone

To find old Safari bookmarks on your iPhone, you can use the Data Recovery feature on First, go to and click the toolbar at the top. Then click Data Recovery and select Restore Bookmarks from the drop-down menu. You’ll be able to sort bookmarks by Date Deleted, Name, or Folder. To the right of the version you want to restore, click Restore and your old Safari bookmarks will be restored to your iPhone!

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Finding Bookmarks Quickly

One of the quickest ways to find your bookmarks is to use the Bookmarks menu. To access this, simply click on the “Bookmarks” button located in the upper-right corner of your Chrome window. This will open up a drop-down menu with all of your saved bookmarks, as well as any bookmark folders you have created. You can then quickly select and open the bookmark you are looking for. Additionally, you can also click the? the three-dot menu at the top-right corner of Chrome and select Bookmarks to view all of your bookmarks in one easy location.

Using Safari Bookmarks on iPad

To use bookmarks in Safari on your iPad, first, open the Safari app. Then tap the Bookmark icon at the top of the screen. You will see a list of all your bookmarks, organized into folders if you have created any.

To create a new folder, tap the ‘Edit’ button at the top right of the screen and then tap ‘New Folder’ at the bottom left. Enter a name for your folder and then tap ‘Done’.

To move a bookmark into a folder, select it by tapping on it and then selecting its ‘Location’ option. Select the folder that you want to move it to and then tap ‘Done’. You can also delete bookmarks by tapping on them and selecting ‘Delete’.

Once you have your bookmarks organized, you can quickly access them from Safari whenever you need them by tapping on the Bookmark icon again.

Managing Bookmarks in Safari on iPad

To manage bookmarks in Safari on iPad, first, open the Safari app from the home screen. Once you’re in the app, tap on the Bookmark icon which is located right next to the Tabs icon. Then tap “Edit” located at the bottom-right corner of the screen. Now, you can tap any of your bookmarks to move them around and organize them as needed. You can also delete any unwanted bookmarks by tapping on the “Delete” button at the top left of each bookmark. Once you’ve finished organizing your bookmarks, tap “Done” in the top right corner to save your changes.

Finding Stored Bookmarks

To find your stored bookmarks, you’ll need to open the AppData folder on your Windows machine. To do this, open File Explorer and enter %AppData% into the address bar at the top of the window. Once you have done this, go to Local > Google > Chrome > User Data > Default. In this folder, you will find a file called “Bookmarks” which contains all of your stored bookmarks.

Viewing Bookmarks in Safari Permanently

To permanently view your bookmarks in Safari, open the Settings App and tap Safari. On the right-hand side, tap Always Show Bookmarks Bar so that it displays On. This will enable the Bookmarks Bar and make it visible every time you open Safari. To add bookmarks to the bar, open Safari and tap the Share icon (located at the bottom of the screen). Tap Add to Bookmarks and enter a name for your bookmark. You can then find this bookmark in your Bookmarks Bar whenever you open Safari.

Exploring the Safari Bookmark Menu

The Safari bookmark menu is a convenient way to store and access webpages that you visit often, or want to save for future reference. To access the bookmark menu, open Safari and select the “Bookmarks” icon in the top toolbar (or press Command+Option+B on your keyboard). This will open a list of all your bookmarked websites, as well as options to create folders, edit items in your bookmarks, or search through them. You can also customize the Bookmark Bar to show only certain items by going to View > Show Bookmarks Bar. With this toolbar, you have quick access to the websites you use most often.


In conclusion, Safari bookmarks provide an easy way to organize and access websites quickly. With the bookmark feature, you can save a website in a folder or add it to your home screen for easy access. On an iPhone or iPad, you can open and manage bookmarks by tapping the Bookmark icon in Safari. On Android devices, you can create a web clip by tapping the box-and-arrow icon used to create bookmarks. No matter what device you are using, Safari bookmarks make it easy to find your favorite websites quickly and easily.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.