IPad 3 :: How To Disable Private Browsing On IOS 7.1.1
Jun 17, 2014
I am unable to disable Private browsing so I can have my iPad 3 once again save my passwords at my frequent websites, using Safari. I have pressed "+" on Safari, but there is no where on the screen showing anything related to "private browsing" as others have instructed.
I frequent "Ashley Madison"'s on the "down low" website services.I want to keep my pesky wife away from my iPad 2's safari, but can't so can I make my safari private so she does not stumble on my Dl activities with other men???
I activated Private Browsing. I had to change the password on a few web pages,and then of course I put my iPad down.
During the day, I visited other websites, and then by chance I kept on pressing the BACK button looking for something. To my surprise all the pages I visited since the beginning of the day were still accessible, including the pages to change my passwords.
Is this normal? What is the point of Private Browsing, if Safari remembers all the pages I visit? Now, I am going to check whether "Quitting" Safari on my iPad actually removes all history.
If that is the case, then Apple should alert you when you activate Private Browsing in the Safari Preferences that nothing will be removed until you actually quit the app.
Info: iPad (3rd generation) Wi-Fi + 4G, Mac OS X (10.7.3), MacMini, PBG412, iPhone3GS
General :: IPad Running IOS 7.1.2 - Private Browsing In Safari
Sep 17, 2014
I can't turn on private browsing in safari on my ipad running iOS 7.1.2. It's not in the bottom left corner of the window like some sites say it should be. It's not in the bookmarks folder like other do or brought up by tapping on the address window.
On my new iPad, when I turn on private browsing, it doesn't work. When I exit Safari and return to it, my tabs are still open. I've tried turning Private Browsing on nd off and restting y iPad but neither helped. Do you know why this could be happening? It was fine on my old iPad.
Private Browsing - Go To Settings And Clear Everything
Apr 7, 2010
Is there any sort of private browsing for Safari on iPad? I don't think Apple will let Firefox or any other browsers onto the App Store (the joy of a closed ecosystem), so I'm looking for any way that I can browse privately without having to go to Settings and clear everything afterward.
I currently use an I pad supplied by my work, my son has some games on it.I intend to buy an I pad for my son and register it privately in my own name(not work).Can I transfer the games from the work I pad to my private I pad?