How to access iCloud Tabs in iOS 7 Safari for iPhone
iCloud Tabs let you quickly and easily access web pages that you've already opened in Safari on your other Apple devices, be they other iPhones, iPod touches, iPads, or Macs. That's right, any and every other Apple device you own, if it's logged into iCloud with the same Apple ID, will automatically share its tabs with every other device. (Tabs created in Private Browsing mode are excluded, of course - Apple doesn't judge!) While this isn't a new feature, and works pretty much the same on Mac and iPad as it did previously, for iPhone and iPod touch, the way you access iCloud Tabs has changed in iOS 7. Here's how it's done now!
How to find Safari's iCloud Tabs on iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 7
- Launch the Safari app from the Home screen of your iPhone.
- Tap on the new page icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen.
- Here you can see all the pages you currently have open. Simply flick upwards and underneath all your open tabs you will see a list of all the open iCloud tabs from other devices. Just tap on the one you'd like to load.
If you're using an iPad or Mac, just tap on the cloud icon by the address bar like you've always been able to do. (This is much more obvious, if less dramatic, than the relocated iCloud Tabs section on iPhone and iPod touch).