Unable to set Firefox as the default browser for iOS

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Currently, Apple does not allow you to change the default browser on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch devices. You can, however, send pages from Safari to Firefox:

  1. From Safari, tap the share icon share button ios 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.)
    share button ios full
  2. Choose Firefox as the destination in the share menu.
    send to firefox ios
  3. If Firefox is not listed in the options, tap the More button in the first row of the share menu.
    more button ios
  4. Tap the switch next to Firefox to enable it.
    add firefox share ios
Tip: Drag Firefox to the beginning of the share panel so it appears first on the list.

If you would like to see this change in the future, please leave feedback for Apple on their site: Apple feedback.

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