While perusing my Google Reader subscriptions earlier today, I came across a post from AppAdvice.com that describes how to create a bookmarklet for Mobile Safari that when accessed, will prompt allowing one to search for any text on the displayed web page (see screen shot above). The search results will be displayed with a yellow […]
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Search For Text On Any Website In Mobile Safari

While perusing my Google Reader subscriptions earlier today, I came across a post from AppAdvice.com that describes how to create a bookmarklet for Mobile Safari that when accessed, will prompt allowing one to search for any text on the displayed web page (see screen shot above). The search results will be displayed with a yellow highlight on the original web page, making it very easy to spot the word of phrase.

I created this bookmarklet on my iPhone in just a couple minutes, and have already found myself using it several times. It’s amazing that Apple hasn’t built on-page search functionality into Mobile Safari by now, but even more amazing how slick this bookmarklet is.

Read the original post, along with all the steps and helpful screen shots, at AppAdvice.com.

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