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Expand Beyond .com Extensions in Mobile Safari

How to add .net, .org or another extension to your URL in Mobile Safari.

Mobile Safari in iOS assumes the .com domain. You can select others. Just open Safari and type in the URL you want to go to, stopping before the dot. Tap and hold the .com button.

Then select from other top level domains like .NET, .ORG, .EDU, or .US.

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