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How to download any files from safari [iPhone, iPad and iPod touch]

Safari is the best web browsing among all the iOS users and we always wonder that the downloading any files like document files, videos, mp3 etc from safari would be very ease for us but Apple does not allow to do this. As none of iOS version have a file manager or directory where we can access file from there like in other android phones. Hopefully Apple will add file manager and download options in the near feature updates.

Apple don’t allows to download any files from safari but thanks to jailbreak, if you are jailbroken then you can download any files (videos, songs, documents etc.) right from safari with this tweak called Safari Downloader+

Apple don’t allows to download any files from safari but thanks to jailbreak, if you are jailbroken then you can download any files (videos, songs, documents etc.) right from safari with this tweak called Safari Downloader+

Safari Downloader+ is a jailbroken cydia tweak which brings powerfull download manager for Safari that allows you to download pretty much anything you encounter on the Web. It supports an extensive list of file types and mimes which you can configure and expand to suit your needs. All these files can then be opened through this application like iFile ($4.00) and Filza File Manager (free). So download any of these file manager from Cydia.

After installing this tweak you can have options to configure in the tweak preferences panel from the Settings App where you can enable or disable the tweak. For more preferences, you can modified from within Safari app and some settings require restarting safari app to take effect.

Apple don’t allows to download any files from safari but thanks to jailbreak, if you are jailbroken then you can download any files (videos, songs, documents etc.) right from safari with this tweak called Safari Downloader+

Safari Downloader+ is available for download from Cydia via the BigBoss Repo for $3.5 and supports all devices running iOS 9 or later.

Note: Without jailbreak it’s impossible to download any files from safari.

So if you want to download any files from safari then you must be jailbroken. If you are not yet jailbroken then follow this simple steps on How to jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 using Pangu?

How to download Safari Downloader+ on iOS 9
  • Go to Cydia
  • Search for Safari Downloader+
  • Install it and respring your device.
  • Now again download any of the file manager like iFile or Fizla Manager from Cydia
  • Now Open up Safari and browse for any files you want to download. Let say you are going to download PDF file. Now after tapping, you can see the download option as well as view option in the screen shot below:

Apple don’t allows to download any files from safari but thanks to jailbreak, if you are jailbroken then you can download any files (videos, songs, documents etc.) right from safari with this tweak called Safari Downloader+

That’s it. Enjoy downloading files from safari.

Features of Safari Downloader+
  • A large and fully customisable list of supported file types.
  • Control the number of concurrent downloads in the queue.
  • Badge notification to denote number of downloads in progress.
  • Save downloads anywhere within the “mobile” (/var/mobile) directory.
  • In app previewing of common file types (iWork, Microsoft Office, RTF, PDF, Images, CSV…).
  • Change browser UserAgent to view the desktop version of the site.
  • Import supported Media (Audio/Video) to a wide range of destinations.

What’s new in this version?
  • Fixed YouTube videos no longer downloading following API change.
  • Fixed VEVO videos no longer downloading following API change.

If you have any issue please let us know in the comment below…
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