Apple is now allowing Safari users to switch to a more efficient way to open links in the browser, in an effort to prevent an accidental ‘fetch’ that could make a page load unexpectedly slow.
The Safari extension is designed to give Safari users the ability to open a link by tapping on the ‘f’ icon next to it.
The ‘f’-key acts as a navigation bar and allows users to search and find a specific URL.
The ‘f’, or forward, button on the extension appears when users tap on a link in Safari and allows them to scroll to the end of the page.
The extension is one of the first apps to offer this feature in iOS 10, and it allows users in the Apple Developer Program to add this option to their browser preferences, a move that Apple says will make the browser faster and more efficient.
“Safari now does a better job of handling long-polluting URLs,” Apple said in a blog post on Wednesday.
“The fetch button can also be used to quickly open a specific link in the Safari browser, even when there are multiple links.
Safari users can also use the f-key to navigate around a page, which is much faster than navigating by tapping the space bar and clicking the arrow in the upper right corner.”
A quick way to test this feature is to open the Safari extension in the new tab page.
If you’re using a Mac, you can also enable the fetch option in the menu bar of your Safari browser.
The fetch option also appears in the ‘Find’ button on Safari, which allows users on iOS to search for a URL.
In addition to the ‘search’ option, the extension also allows users access to a special ‘favorites’ section where users can add links to the Safari app and then search for specific pages.
Users can also tap the ‘find’ button and the ‘favorite’ option will appear.
This will allow users to filter through a list of links from a list and find links they may have searched for.
Users in the developer program can also set Safari to use only the fetch method when opening a link.
This feature can be enabled and disabled in Safari settings.
Users are also able to search in the address bar of the Safari web browser by tapping it.
Users using a desktop computer can enable the ‘Search Everywhere’ option in Safari Settings to search a site by searching for a word or phrase.
Users will also have the option to search through a specific search result.
The extension also supports search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
The feature is available to users in Apple’s Developer Program and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store.