Viewing and Managing Frequently Visited Sites on iPhone: A Guide


Michael Collins

Managing the frequently visited sites on your iPhone is a breeze! In just a few taps, you can view, rearrange, or remove the websites you visit most often. Stay organized and keep your favorite pages at your fingertips.

Step by Step Tutorial: Viewing and Managing Frequently Visited Sites on Your iPhone

Before we jump into the steps, let’s understand what we’ll be doing. This tutorial will guide you through accessing and editing the list of websites you frequently visit on your iPhone’s Safari browser. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Open Safari

Open the Safari app on your iPhone.

Safari is your gateway to the internet on an iPhone. By opening the app, you’ll be able to access your frequently visited sites.

Step 2: Access Frequently Visited Sites

Tap the two overlapping squares at the bottom right, then tap the "+" to open a new tab where your frequently visited sites are displayed.

This screen gives you a visual snapshot of the websites you visit most often, letting you quickly navigate to your favorites.

Step 3: Edit Frequently Visited Sites

To remove a site, simply press and hold the icon until a menu pops up, then tap "Delete."

This step is handy for keeping your frequently visited sites relevant and decluttered.

After completing these steps, your frequently visited sites will be customized to your preference. You’ll have a more streamlined and personalized Safari experience.

Tips: Managing Frequently Visited Sites on Your iPhone

  • To rearrange the sites, press, hold, and drag the icons to your desired position.
  • If you want to add a site to your favorites, visit the page, tap the share button, and select "Add to Favorites."
  • To see more or fewer frequently visited sites, change the settings in Safari under "Frequently Visited Sites."
  • If a site isn’t appearing, make sure you visit it regularly, and Safari will add it over time.
  • Remember that editing these sites on one Apple device will sync the changes across all devices signed in with the same iCloud account.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I view my frequently visited sites?

Simply open a new tab in Safari, and your frequently visited sites will appear below the Favorites section.

Can I disable frequently visited sites from showing up?

Yes, go to Settings > Safari and turn off the "Frequently Visited Sites" option.

What if a site I want isn’t showing up in my frequently visited sites?

Keep visiting the site regularly, and Safari will eventually add it to your frequently visited sites.

Can I add a website to my frequently visited sites manually?

No, these sites are automatically generated based on your browsing habits, but you can add them to your favorites.

How do I sync my frequently visited sites across devices?

Ensure that Safari is enabled in your iCloud settings, and the changes will sync across all devices signed in to that iCloud account.


  1. Open Safari
  2. Access Frequently Visited Sites
  3. Edit Frequently Visited Sites


Congratulations! You’re now a pro at managing the frequently visited sites on your iPhone’s Safari browser. This simple yet powerful feature helps keep your most-visited websites just a tap away, ensuring a smoother and more efficient browsing experience. Whether you’re decluttering your frequently visited sites or customizing them to suit your needs, these steps will ensure that your browsing experience is tailored just for you.

Remember, the internet is vast, and being able to quickly access the parts that matter most to you can save you time and enhance your online sessions. So go ahead, give your frequently visited sites a personal touch and make your digital life a little easier.

For those looking to delve deeper into iPhone customization, exploring other Safari settings or even venturing into the wider iOS settings can reveal a multitude of ways to make your iPhone work better for you. Keep exploring, keep learning, and most importantly, keep visiting those sites you love—your iPhone will remember them for you.