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I often close out all the opened Safari tabs before quitting the web browser. But when I seem to forget the ones I was using before, I use a simple but pretty effective way to reopen recently closed tabs in Safari in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad.

First things first, the option to quickly access all the recently closed Safari tabs has existed for quite some time. But just in case, you haven't yet put your hands on it, read on to know how this nifty little feature works:

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How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in Safari in iOS 11 on iPhone and iPad

How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in Safari in iOS 11

Step #1. Launch Safari on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, tap on the tabs button at the bottom right corner of the screen.

Tap on Tabs Button in iOS 11 Safari on iPhone

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Step #3. Next, you need to touch and hold on the “+” button at the bottom center.

Tap on Plus Button to Reopen Recently Closed Tab in Safari in iOS 11

Step #4. On the next screen, you should see all the recently closed tabs. Find out the one you wish to reopen and then just tap on it.

Reopen Closed Tab in Safari in iOS 11 on iPhone or iPad

That's it!

Wrap up:

Both on iOS devices and Mac, Safari remains my go-to web browser. One of the main reasons why I prefer it is that it's both enormously secure and efficient.

With iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, Apple's web browser has become more competent. It allows you to prevent cross-site tracking. Besides, you can also ask websites not to track you.

One of my favorite features that iOS 11 Safari has got is the option to save reading list items from iCloud for offline reading automatically.

Let me know what you think of Safari and what are the things you like you about it.

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