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Important: due to little demand, support of bookmarks is presently disabled by default. However, if you want to use this feature, refer to this article.

This article shows how to import your web-browser favorites from your PC to your iPhone.

Importing your web-browser’s bookmarks to your iPhone involves two steps: 1) saving your browser favorites to a file on your computer and 2) importing the newly-saved favorites file to your iPhone.

Saving your web-browser bookmarks

  1. Run your default web browser on your PC.

  2. If you use Google Chrome, press CTRL + SHIFT + O on your keyboard when inside Chrome in order to enter your Bookmark Manager. Next, click on “Organize > Export bookmarks to HTML file”. import bookmarks to iphone

  3. Navigate to the location on your PC where to save your web-browser bookmarks.

  4. Note: If you are using Internet Explorer instead, click on the star icon and click on the little arrow next to “Add to favorites” button. Then, select “Import and export” and follow through the wizard in order to save your Internet Explorer favorites to a file on your computer. bookmarks from pc to iphone

Importing bookmarks to your iPhone

  1. Download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    Download CopyTrans Contacts

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article.

  3. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect your iPhone. Let your entire iPhone data load and click on the star icon on the left-hand side pane.

  4. Now click on “Import bookmarks”, navigate to the location on your computer where you saved your bookmarks, and click “Open”. import bookmarks iphone

  5. Your web-browser bookmarks from your PC will now be imported to your iPhone. bookmarks import to iphone

This is how to easily import bookmarks from PC to iPhone using CopyTrans Contacts. iphone bookmarks

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