When you're typing URL's in Safari you have that handy ".com" key at the bottom of the screen on your iPhone. Too bad you
have to type things like .net and .edu, or do you?
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How to quickly type .net in Safari on your iPhone.
Michael Callahan: Hi, this is Mike Callahan, "Doctor File Finder," and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how to type .net quickly in Safari on your iPhone. So on then iPhone we're going to click on Safari and now we're going to tap over here in the corner, so we want a new page and then tap up here in the top in the address bar, start typing a new URL now, you know, at the bottom, they have that handy.com which is really handy when you're going to a.com. If you hold your finger down on it you can see now it cut popped up .org, .edu, and .net. So you can slide your finger up and across when you let go is put in .org. you can backup, hit it again, go up and over put in .net. So this is a quick easy way to put in those other domain endings without doing any typing at all and that's all there is to it.
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