Best Safari Extensions for iPhone and iPad [2020]

Safari on the iPhone has evolved quite a bit over the years. It offers several useful features such as a pop-up blocker, Reader View, and private browsing. However, it still lacks when it comes to user-friendliness. Therefore, extensions can be handy additions for enriched functionality on this browser on your mobile device. So let’s check out the best Safari extensions for iPhone and iPad.

  1. Pinterest
  2. Microsoft Translator
  3. 1Password – Password Manager
  4. Pocket: Save. Read. Grow.
  5. Fillr – Autofill for mobile
  6. Awesome Screenshot for Safari
  7. View Source – HTML, JavaScript and CSS
  8. Mailo – Mail to Self
  9. WhatFont
  10. Currency Pro – Money converter

1. Pinterest

Pinterest iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Never forget a cool idea you find on the internet. With the Pinterest extension for Safari on iPhone, you can save your favorite posts or inspiration that you find when browsing, whether its a recipe or a DIY project, a hairstyle, or a tech hack.

You can use this extension to pin your favorite ideas for future reference. It’s a super convenient way to keep track of anything that interests you.

Price: Free
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2. Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Easily translate into webpages into 60+ popular languages from all parts of the world. It is powered by cutting-edge technology that ensures accuracy and user-friendliness.

This is pretty useful if you routinely come across content on foreign language sites. You can seamlessly translate with just a tap. it doesn’t get easier than this for all the linguaphiles out there.

Price: Free
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3. 1Password – Password Manager

1Password iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

1Password is the best password manager extension for Safari on iOS. It allows you to sign in to any websites, apps securely and fast. There is also a password generator to let you quickly generate strong passwords.

Store your passwords in different categories to easily access them. Create several vaults not just to safeguard items but also to keep them neatly organized.

Price: Free (Monthly Subscription – $3.99)
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4. Pocket: Save. Read. Grow.

Pocket iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Are you looking for a handy way to save things to read later? The Pocket Safari extension provides an excellent way to do this. You can save articles, news stories, videos, and more with just a tap of a button. Moreover, the well-designed layout is easy on the eyes and provides a comfortable reading experience.

If you love to read before going to sleep, then you can try the dark and sepia themes. All in all, It’s a super useful extension for everyone who likes to read interesting content online.

Price: Free (Pocket Premium – $4.99)
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5. Fillr – Autofill for mobile

Fillr iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Fillr makes it ultra-convenient to fill forms and checkouts. To ensure more safeguards, it protects your profile data using the military-grade 256-bit AES encryption. Before filling out the forms, you need to enter your PIN.

Depending on your requirement, you can choose from address, emails, and credit cards to fill forms. More importantly, your info is stored only within Fillr and not on any cloud, so it stays private and ready to use whenever needed.

Price: Free
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6. Awesome Screenshot for Safari

Awesome Screenshot iPhone and iPad App

Although you already have an option to take screenshots on your iPhone, Awesome Screenshot offers you a bit more. For instance, you can make notes and annotations, draw lines, and make general marks upon your screenshots.

Not just this, the extension lets you capture the full website page (even the region which isn’t visible), and this is something you cannot do with the native iOS screenshot feature.

Price: Free
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7. View Source – HTML, JavaScript and CSS

View Source iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

View the HTML, JavaScript, and CSS source of any web page with this Safari extension for iPhone. It brings the “inspect” functionality of computer browsers to your mobile device.

You can use this extension when browsing as you usually do on Safari on your iPhone. When you want to view the source for a webpage, tap the Action icon, and select View Source. It functions smoothly and is especially valuable to anyone who does web development for mobile.

Price: $0.99
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8. Mailo – Mail to Self

Mailo iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Do you come across certain webpages you want to email to yourself for later reference? Well, this Safari extension for iPhone makes this a breeze. You can tap a button to quickly email yourself anything interesting you come across.

Moreover, there are no ads, tracking, or analytics, so you can rest assured about your privacy. Further, it’s a steal at just $2.99 if you like the convenience it adds to your life.

Price: $2.99
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9. WhatFont

WhatFont iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

As the name suggests, this free Safari extension for iPhone will let you easily identify fonts on a webpage. You can select the text, and activate WhatFont to know about it.

This is especially useful if you’re a designer or just a lover of fonts. You can keep a note of the fonts you like and then use them for your projects.

Price: Free
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10. Currency Pro – Money Converter

currency pro iphone and ipad app

If you often need to convert currencies, it’s good to get this app, which lets you quickly do conversions from within Safari. You can work with as many currencies as you want at the same time. It provides accurate real-time exchange rates and is usable offline too.

Further, there are colorful themes available, and it supports 170+ world currencies and precious metal rates. It also adds two useful widgets to your iPhone, namely a currency converter and an exchange rate monitor. This makes it easy to keep track of things.

Price: $0.99
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Summing Up 

So these were some of the best Safari extensions for iPhone that we picked out for your convenience. Let us know which ones you like most in the comments below. Or recommend any that we missed out.

You can also check out Safari extensions for Mac.

Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.