iOS 14 brings one of the most long-awaited features to Apple’s operating system in years: the ability to change the default browser from Apple’s Safari to a third-party option like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Mozilla Firefox. But you don’t have to wait for Apple to release iOS 14 this fall to break free of Safari. If you’ve got the iOS 14 beta installed, you can already switch to another default browser today. Here’s how to do it.
To start, you’ll need to be running the latest iOS 14 beta. (To install that, check out our guide here.) Once that’s set up, you’ll need to have a compatible third-party browser installed.
For Google Chrome, simply download the regular Chrome app from the App Store; Google’s already updated its app with…tech, The Verge