Share pages with yourself
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- Sign in to your Google Account and turn on sync in Chrome .
- Go to the page you want to share.
- Click the address bar Share .
- Choose a device.
- On your chosen device, you will get a notification about the page you’ve shared with yourself.
In Safari on any Apple platform, tap the Share button and tap AirDrop, then tap the device with which you want to share the Web page. In iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, you can also tap on the top raw of the share sheet an icon that shows previous AirDrop destinations (overlaid with the AirDrop icon).
Enable Safari Tab Sharing
To enable Safari data sharing on an iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app and select iCloud. If iCloud is active, you will see your Apple ID listed in the Account field at the top of the window. If iCloud is not active, you will need to sign in using your Apple ID to sync data with iCloud.
Set up Home Sharing
- Choose Apple menu > System Preferences.
- Click Sharing.
- Click Media Sharing.
- Select Home Sharing and sign in with your Apple ID. Use the same Apple ID for every computer or device on your Home Sharing network.
- Click Turn On Home Sharing.
How to Send Safari Pages From One Device to Another
- On the Mac, click iCloud in System Preferences.
- Make sure Safari is checked in the iCloud window.
- In iOS, open the Settings app.
- Tap iCloud and make sure Safari is toggled on.
- Tap the tabs icon in Safari. …
- Tap a webpage listed under your device’s name.
How to Share a Web Page from Your Android Phone
- Go to the web page you desire to share. Actually, you’re sharing a link to the page, but don’t let my obsession with specificity deter you.
- Touch the Action Overflow icon and choose the Share command. …
- Choose a method to share the page. …
- Do whatever happens next.
Share or post webpages in Safari on Mac
- In the Safari app on your Mac, click the Share button in the toolbar or choose File > Share.
- Choose how to share the webpage. When you email a page, Mail lets you choose whether to send it as a webpage, PDF, link, or Reader article (if the page is an article).
Tap on iCloud, and then swipe down to the Safari area. Tap on the toggle switch to turn on Safari sync ON. Tap on the Merge button that slides up from the bottom of the screen, and then you’ll be all set. Give it a few minutes, and all your bookmarks will sync across your Mac and iOS versions of Safari.
Use AirDrop to Move Safari Tabs
On your iPhone or iPad, tap on the Share button while viewing a website in Safari. Next, select the device you want to send it to. On your Mac, click on the Share button from the Safari toolbar. Here, select the “AirDrop” option.
When you’re logged into the same iCloud account from multiple Apple devices, iCloud will sync your Safari browsing history across the devices. Sometimes, however, your devices can get out of sync and waiting around for iCloud to catch up can be frustrating.
iCloud does sync browsing history to devices sharing the same iCloud account if Safari is turned on in Settings>iCloud. To prevent this, tell the person that’s sharing your iCloud ID to either turn on private browsing or turn off Safari in Settings>iCloud.
How do you force sync Safari history across all your Apple devices?
How to Force Safari to Sync with iCloud
- Quit Safari in OS X. Use the Command+Q shortcut to quickly close the program or go to Safari > Quit Safari.
- Open Terminal. …
- Press Enter.
- Relaunch Safari. …
- Click Debug > Sync iCloud History.