How to change Safari’s default search engine on iPhone or Mac OS X

As we all know Google is the largest and most popular search engine, so it makes sense that Apple has long included Google as the default search engine in Safari. For those who prefer to use a search engine other than Google, one solution is to simply go to the alternative search engine’s website, but this approach lacks the convenience of quickly performing a Web search direct from the Safari address bar. Thankfully, users can change their default search engine in Safari, at least to a certain degree. Here’s how to change Safari’s default search engine on iPhone or Mac OS X.

Steps To Change Safari’s Default Search Engine On iPhone Or Mac OS X

Step 1. First of all open Safari.

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Step 2. Now go to Preferences.

Step 3. Now you need to click on Search tab

Step 4. Select your choice of search engine from a drop-down menu

Note: Apple provides four search engine options in the US.”

  • Google
  • Bing
  • Yahoo!
  • DuckDuckGo

Step 5. That’s it! Now choose one of your favorite browsers and enjoy it!

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