When Apple released the general beta of iOS 14 last month, I was afraid to set the theme on my iPhone. After the next beta Apple was surprisingly stable, so I didn’t care. I did this on your iPhone for all purposes stored in the repository and recommend other beta testers to do the same. However, you don’t have to compromise with beta software because IOS 14 has been arrived and is ready for download.
In other side, Android has long authorized you to prepare your perfect browser and default mail client. However, Apple forces iOS to use Safari and the email apps every time you click on internet connection. Finally selectable in iOS 14, Apple has not yet implemented this feature, so you can open individual links in your browser and in the mail apps of your choice, as shown below.
Apple’s mobile browser system is disappointing, when you open an internet connection in the apps or via email, or when you log-in using Safari. Usually, if you use the opponent’s browser on the desktop, the synced passwords and other settings will be lost, and same goes for email links. This is particularly annoying for users that using iOS email client previously.
One of the mobile email applications that enhance email is Microsoft Outlook. The PC version of Outlook is powerful but great because it’s well known for its extensions that mobile devices use and don’t. However, the mobile worldview is simple and flexible. A really interesting feature is that it filters one-way email addresses that can view your inbox from a central location. This awesome iPhone app has built-in features and other smart features. It also supports other email accounts including Microsoft, Gmail and IMAP accounts.
What is considered a third-party web browser in iOS is actually still in Safari. For example, if you use Firefox for iOS, you will have the user interface and useful features that the developers have added to your browser’s applications. As mentioned above, syncing passwords and favorites with the desktop version is crucial, but it doesn’t just work alone. Conversely, when you install Firefox on your Android phone, you get the full Firefox renderer, which actually points to online events. (This is probably why innovative browser maker Vivaldi avoided releasing an iOS version).
In iOS 14, Apple suggested replacing the default browser and email application with Apple’s default system. For example, you can use Gmail to configure your browser and email application in Firefox. However, resetting the default settings on the phone does not work. The new iOS version fixes other minor bugs such as the iPhone not being able to connect to Wi-Fi and the camera being hidden.
However, I was happy to find something privately posted above in the full list of updates available for iOS 14. However, there is no default application in the app. IOS Settings App. It takes research to find out, but if you update the apps you want to install by default, you will find a screen on the screen or an acceptable screen that explains the process. If not, you will need to enter the application settings.
Apple is releasing a minor update to fix the problem of resetting the default browser and email client iOS 14.0.1. The update also fixes some issues, so you will need the settings in Setting> General> Software update. For me, there is no solution until the phone restarts without value.
For those who want to confuse it and move away from the apps Apple is now familiar with, iOS 14 lets you drag and drop the gadget aside to see how big or small it is. choose. Smart Stack Selection displays widgets by time. For example, morning news, daytime meeting alerts, day and night plans, and more.
Set the default browser on iOS 14
- Update your browser on Apps Store such as, Firefox, Opera, and Locks do not currently use the power settings as their default browsers. I hope this changes soon. It is not surprising that a private browser based on DuckDuckGo has a default setting.
- Open the iOS main app (remember that the settings in this app do not always include options) and scroll down to the browser you want to implement. As mentioned above, unlike other operating systems, Apple’s iOS settings do not include large apps.
- Click an item in the browser, then select the Available section until you see the ticker option.
- Click on your default browser application.
- From the list, select the default browser you want to configure and install it yourself. This will open the web pages of your favorite browser software. To reset your browser, go to the Safari section in the Advanced Settings section, where you will see the option to set each browser to default.
After the App Store is updated, some browser apps will display a home page, where you can create one by default. Unfortunately, Chrome is not installed. Once you have selected this browser, you will need to follow the steps above. The border shows the welcome message on the first update. All major browsers assume that the system will eventually need the space prepared after installation. A strategic browser containing instructions simplifies the process by linking directly to the appropriate option.
Set the default e-mail client on iOS 14
Organizing email user life is similar to setting up a site. This may be less important than the website, but I compiled the email using Outlook, which is easily accessible. So, surprisingly, it was sent to Apple Mail by default. In this case, Gmail or Yahoo Mail users still cannot set this default. Currently, Apple Mail and Outlook are the only known options.
- Update your favorite emails from the App Store.
- Open the Settings app and go to your email.
- Touch the app to open the form.
- Find and touch your default email history.
- Touch the app you want to use for each email and finish.
If you haven’t configured Apple’s latest mobile features yet, you can read it with iOS 14 and learn how to remove the public beta. Read the full review of iOS 14 on PCMag going forward.
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