How to Open Recently Closed Tabs on iPhone in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox

It’s not a big deal to open any recently closed tabs in Safari, Chrome or Firefox on iPhone or iPad; unless you know how it works.

Apart from Safari, there are two other major web browsers– Chrome and Firefox which I use on my iPhone. Though Safari is my favorite browser on an iOS device, I enjoy using Google Chrome a lot. And when, there is any problem with these two top browsers, Firefox invariably takes the hotspot.

Accessing recently closed tabs in these top browsers is the no-brainer on iOS devices. If you unknowingly close any tab or clean up entire tabs to make the browser run smoothly, there is an option to restore it with ease. Ready to find how you can get it done? Here you go!

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How to Open Recently Closed Tab in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox on iPhone and iPad

How to Reopen Closed Tabs in Safari iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Open Safari on your iOS device.

Step #2. Tap on the Tabs icon from the bottom right corner.

Tap on Tab Button Safari on iPhone

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Step #3. Now, tap and hold on the plus icon at the bottom center.

Tap and Hold Plus Sign in Safari on iPhone

Step #4. On the next screen, you will see all the “recently closed websites” link. Just tap on any link you want to open.

Reopen Recently Closed Tab in Safari on iPhone

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How to Open Recently Closed Tabs in Chrome iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Launch Chrome on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on the menu icon (looks like three dots) at the top right corner of the screen.

Tap on Three Dots in Chrome on iPhone

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Step #3. Now, you have to tap on Recent tabs.

Tap on Recent Tabs in Chrome on iPhone

Step #4. Finally, you will see the link of the closed tabs. Tap on Show Full History to access all the recently closed tabs.

Open Recently Closed in Chrome on iPhone or iPad

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How to Open Recently Closed Tabs in Firefox iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Launch Firefox on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on Address bar → Tap on the tiny clock icon under the address bar.

Tap on Clock Icon in Address Bar in Firefox on iPhone

Step #3. Then tap on Recently closed. All your recently closed tabs will be listed on the screen. Tap on any link to open.

Open Recently Closed Tab in Firefox on iPhone

Alternately,

Step #1. When viewing any website, tap on the menu icon at the bottom center → Tap on the tiny clock icon in the menu.

Alternate Way to Open Recently Closed Tab in Firefox on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Recently Closed → The recently closed tabs will be listed on the screen. Tap on any link which you want to open.

Open Recently Closed Tab in Firefox on iPhone

That’s it!

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