If you're on an iOS 14+ device and have Firefox 28.2 or higher, you can set Firefox as your default browser. By making Firefox your default, any links you click on in other apps will automatically open in Firefox, a browser that respects your privacy. Even if you have lots of links open, Firefox's easy-to-manage tabs makes browsing a breeze.
Set Firefox as default browser (requires iOS 14)
- If you see a display card, tap . Alternatively, you can open the Settings, then scroll down and tap .
Older versions of iOS
If you're on an older version of iOS (pre-14), Apple does not allow changing the default browser on older versions but you can try the following workaround:
Send pages from Safari to Firefox
- From Safari, tap the share icon at the bottom of the screen to bring up the share menu. (Note: You can also long-press on a link on a page to bring up the share menu.)
- Choose Firefox as the destination in the share menu.
- If Firefox is not listed in the options, tap the More button in the first row of the share menu.
- Tap the switch next to Firefox to enable it.