How to Bookmark in the Chrome iPhone App

While search engines make finding your favorite sites very easy, it can be cumbersome to constantly be typing a search term into a browser to reach a particular page. This is even worse on a phone, where typing is a little more difficult. But you can speed up the process of reaching a certain page by bookmarking it in the Chrome browser on your iPhone. This creates a permanent link in the Bookmarks folder in the Chrome app so that you can visit that page without needing to remember the path that you previously used to reach it in the first place.


Creating Bookmarks in Chrome on the iPhone


There are a lot of reasons and ways to use bookmarks, but there is no denying their importance and convenience in simplifying browsing. Plus, due to the ability to sign into Chrome across multiple devices and computers, you can have all of the bookmarks that you have created in your various Chrome browser installations available to you no matter where you are.


Step 1: Open the Chrome app.

Open the Chrome browser

Open the Chrome browser


Step 2: Browse to a page that you want to bookmark.


Step 3: Tap the Chrome Options button(the one with the three horizontal lines) at the top of the screen.

Open the Chrome options menu

Open the Chrome options menu


Step 4: Touch the star icon at the top of the menu.

Tap the star button

Tap the star button


Step 5: You can change the name for the bookmark in the field at the top of the screen, and you can also choose the bookmark folder in which you want to store the bookmark. When all of the settings are correct, you can tap the Save button at the top of the screen.

Configure the bookmark settings, then tap the "Save" button

Configure the bookmark settings, then tap the “Save” button


To find your bookmark after it is created, tap the Chrome options button again, choose the Bookmarks option, then select the folder in which you chose to store your newly created bookmark.

The Chrome iPhone browser is a great alternative to the default Safari option. You can do a lot of things in Chrome, including Private Browsing. This allows you to surf the Web without having any of your history or cookies recorded. newsletter

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