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How To Search Google Using iPhone Safari Address Bar [UniBar]

Mobile Safari is probably the best handheld  internet browser till date. It is one of the most powerful feature of any iOS device. Its lightweight, efficient and works like a full fledged desktop browser. Although almost all desktop internet browsers have the ability to directly search Google from the Address Bar but this function is not available in Mobile Safari till now. If you have a Jailbroken iOS device than rejoice, with the help of UniBar you can now make Google Searches right from the Address Bar of your Mobile Safari.


Once you Download and Install this tweak called Safari Unibar the Search bar is removed form your browser and the Address bar takes over its function. Once you type a query and hit go, this tweak will make the Google Search and you will be sent to a page with all the results.

This App will integrate to the native Mobile Safari and will not create any other Icon or Interface. Hence it is neat and convenient. We recommend all our users to use this Tweak as it saves alot of time and makes Internet Browsing much more easier.

Safari Unibar is available in Cydia for free. So download and install it right away.

This is a Jailbreak tool so you will have to jailbreak your device first. To Jailbreak your device using JailbreakMe click here. To follow our step by step tutorial to jailbreak by RedsnOw click here. To get a detailed step by step tutorial on how to Jailbreak iOS 5, 4.3.3, 4.3.5 and more using RedsnOw 0.9.9B1 click here.

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