If there is a web page that you frequently visiting, your first thought is to bookmark this site making sure that when you want to open that site simply you will need to click on the link of that site in the bookmarks and it will get you straight to that site. On the other hand, if there is a site which you visit too much on your own device particularly there is a nice way that how to add website shortcut to iOS 7 homescreen using Safari.
Unfortunately, this procedure only is effective in Safari, so if you have the Chrome or some other 3rd party browser, you will not have the option to begin this. Anyhow, adding a website shortcut on iOS home screen is very easy, and we will show how to do this step by step.
Adding Website Shortcut To iOS 7 HomeScreen
- Open Safari browser
- Type the website address
- When the that site loaded, just tap on share icon in the bottom
- In share page, tap on the Add to Home Screen
- Give a name to the site in first text field (by default it is up there but if you wish to modify this, do it here)
- In top-right tap the Add To Add Website Shortcut
That’s all. The site will be added on iOS home screen as shortcut with icon. The icon will normally be the site favicon. You can not change this. However, here is your site.
It is for one site. If you regularly visit some useful websites, the most effective option would be the RSS readers but if you wish to check out the sites instantly, you could do this:
Add the shortcut for every website by after the above mentioned steps. Then, place all those site shortcuts right into a folder and then rename it. This is certainly a simpler way of staying in touch with those sites which you visit with liberty of selecting one site at one time than going through all the websites.